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What's not offensive about plagarism? Copying from another source, in a way that violates fair-use, is plainly offensive. While I don't know that we need to cite things the same way that one would in a paper, you ought to provide a live link to the reference and somehow indicate that you are quoting the material (use the handy, quoting feature of the editor).

I often use a style like:

Quoting from referencereference:

Here's a handy tip that I found to be very useful.

What's not offensive about plagarism? Copying from another source, in a way that violates fair-use, is plainly offensive. While I don't know that we need to cite things the same way that one would in a paper, you ought to provide a live link to the reference and somehow indicate that you are quoting the material (use the handy, quoting feature of the editor).

I often use a style like:

Quoting from reference:

Here's a handy tip that I found to be very useful.

What's not offensive about plagarism? Copying from another source, in a way that violates fair-use, is plainly offensive. While I don't know that we need to cite things the same way that one would in a paper, you ought to provide a live link to the reference and somehow indicate that you are quoting the material (use the handy, quoting feature of the editor).

I often use a style like:

Quoting from reference:

Here's a handy tip that I found to be very useful.

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What's not offensive about plagarism? Copying from another source, in a way that violates fair-use, is plainly offensive. While I don't know that we need to cite things the same way that one would in a paper, you ought to provide a live link to the reference and somehow indicate that you are quoting the material (use the handy, quoting feature of the editor).

I often use a style like:

Quoting from reference:

Here's a handy tip that I found to be very useful.

What's not offensive about plagarism? Copying from another source, in a way that violates fair-use, is plainly offensive. While I don't know that we need to cite things the same way that one would in a paper, you ought to provide a live link to the reference and somehow indicate that you are quoting the material (use the handy, quoting feature of the editor).

I often use a style like:

Quoting from reference:

Here's a handy tip that I found to be very useful.

What's not offensive about plagarism? Copying from another source, in a way that violates fair-use, is plainly offensive. While I don't know that we need to cite things the same way that one would in a paper, you ought to provide a live link to the reference and somehow indicate that you are quoting the material (use the handy, quoting feature of the editor).

I often use a style like:

Quoting from reference:

Here's a handy tip that I found to be very useful.

2 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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What's not offensive about plagarism? Copying from another source, in a way that violates fair-use, is plainly offensive. While I don't know that we need to cite things the same way that one would in a paper, you ought to provide a live link to the reference and somehow indicate that you are quoting the material (use the handy, quoting feature of the editor).

I often use a style like:

Quoting from referencereference:

Here's a handy tip that I found to be very useful.

What's not offensive about plagarism? Copying from another source, in a way that violates fair-use, is plainly offensive. While I don't know that we need to cite things the same way that one would in a paper, you ought to provide a live link to the reference and somehow indicate that you are quoting the material (use the handy, quoting feature of the editor).

I often use a style like:

Quoting from reference:

Here's a handy tip that I found to be very useful.

What's not offensive about plagarism? Copying from another source, in a way that violates fair-use, is plainly offensive. While I don't know that we need to cite things the same way that one would in a paper, you ought to provide a live link to the reference and somehow indicate that you are quoting the material (use the handy, quoting feature of the editor).

I often use a style like:

Quoting from reference:

Here's a handy tip that I found to be very useful.

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