[Air-L] Inclusion of short links in academic publications?

Patricia Rossini patyrossini at gmail.com
Fri Jul 22 06:33:06 PDT 2011

Tracking links might seem atractive, but i agree with Joseph that these services can shut down and your links will be useless after it..
I've seen some people using them in conference papers, here in Brazil, but i do think it's dangerous. 
Plus, they cover all the information we can get from the link adress, which, for me, is a big deal when i'm reading something. 
Just my opinion ;)

       Patrícia Rossini 
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Em 22/07/2011, às 09:42, jeremy hunsinger escreveu:

> i think it is fine, so long as they are in references as per your bibliographical standard.   They can also appear elsewhere such as under a picture, etc.  but if you have an option, include the DOI 
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