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Information Trapping: Real-Time Research on the Web by Tara Calishain

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13. Publishing Your Information

In the last chapter, we looked how to organize the information you gather. In this chapter, we look at how you go about publishing it.

Is there a difference? Definitely. As you might have noticed in the last chapter, a lot of the options for organizing and gathering your information are designed to be private. While you’re gathering, polishing, or just thinking about how all the bits fit together, you may not be ready to make it available to the public. The publishing aspect is when you have pulled something together—an article, a report, a book—that you’re ready to unleash on the world.

Of course, some of you might be doing research that’s not designed for perusal by the entire world. In this case, there may be ...

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