Going to have a quick play with Sente. There are a couple of bibliographic programs on the Mac which are challenging the very long-lasting but very pricey (and reputedly rather buggy) EndNote. I’ve seen good reviews for both Bookends and Sente, but the latter got their advertising right:

“It’s like iTunes for academic literature”

Well, how could I resist…?

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