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Right now I can only reference articles that are available online. I'd really like to add references to books I've co-authored and articles that I've written for tech magazines.

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What the point of references when the reader can't access what is referenced? – Ian Ringrose Jun 22 '11 at 17:34
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What do you mean by "reference"? Wouldn't you just say "...as written in Article X, available in Journal Y, June 2011"? – Ether Jun 22 '11 at 20:19
    
Yes, I mean what Ether was saying. To clarify: I want to be able to add print articles and print books to my profile. Those are things that possibly are not mentioned anywhere online. Right now I can only add articles to my profile that have an URL (= that are available online, like a blog post). – Johannes Fahrenkrug Jun 23 '11 at 5:53

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