Saturday, September 5, 2009


Over the last years I've become an avid reader of papers. As the time goes by, I start to have heaps of PDF files scattered through multiple files and computers, unable to find anything.
A few years ago I read in Ars Technica about Papers, a software package that seemed to fulfill all my paper archiving needs :). However, it wasn't until last month that I gave it a try and I only regret not having donde so earlier. Its matching capabilities, search engine and spotlight integration are really wonderful. It is really the iTunes of academic papers.

Highly recommended.

1 comment:

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