Next Sunday is my 30th birthday. Please help me find a way to preserve a piece of each and every day from March 16th, 2008 to March 16th, 2018. [more inside]
posted by susiepie
on Mar 9, 2008 -
Is the English-language version of the Deutsche Welle program "Journal" available online? [more inside]
posted by aerotive
on Feb 14, 2008 -
My boss, the professor, has accepted the challenge of starting a new electronic academic journal to be self-published by the professional organisation that she currently heads. She is, understandably, very busy, so she has asked me to find out everything we need to do to make this happen, with, of course, a limited budget. [more inside]
posted by b33j
on Feb 13, 2008 -
Personal journal-keeping - something I've wanted to be consistent with, but haven't. So, what works for you journalers to keep you journaling or at least keep coming back to journaling? [more inside]
posted by lucyleaf
on Feb 4, 2008 -
JournalArticleFilter: The journal article I need is unavailable from my school's e-journal system for another 4 months. Searching otherwise is fruitless. So I go where all desperate people go. Metafilter, please help me find the PDF for this article
, like you have done before
posted by lpctstr;
on Jan 27, 2008 -
Is there a free website when I can view and print articles from old copies of the journal of "The American Philosophical Society?"
Even my local public library doesn't offer it for free in that they charge for printing each page and I have some very long articles from the 1800's I need to print. No emailing to another location is allowed.
posted by Tullyogallaghan
on Jan 8, 2008 -
What do I do with my voluminous diaries (mostly in spiral notebook form) that span 20 years of my life? [more inside]
posted by desjardins
on Dec 3, 2007 -
Need to find a peer-reviewed journal available online, right now, that can provide me with an article (case study!) that it no more than 3 years old, about childhood nutrition, specifically obesity, for free. [more inside]
posted by sindas
on Oct 21, 2007 -
Back in the 80's I used to write in journals that were made of recycled paper. I'm trying to locate them (or something similar) again, and having no luck. The paper was gray, a bit rough & raggedy, and very, very soft. It was bound as a hardcover book, with a simple stamp as a decoration (one said 'art', another said 'dream'). The only drawback was that the paper absorbed a lot of ink, so it was necessary to write in ballpoint pen (or risk draining a lot of sharpie markers). Even if it's not the exact same journal, I would love your suggestions for something similar. I haven't found another blank book yet that is as satisfying.
Thanks in advance, y'all!
posted by potterybliss
on Oct 15, 2007 -
I'm looking for an online copy of a sketch that was in the first volume of Anais Nin's diary. It is a B&W sketch of an anchor with birds in it. Thanks for any help.
posted by HSWilson
on Oct 5, 2007 -
Self-hosted LiveJournal replacement? I would like to have my own journal displayed on my own site and besides some usual requirements, I have one or two that seem to be difficult to satisfy. [more inside]
posted by tommasz
on Aug 30, 2007 -
MetaFilter librarians and/or other resourceful people I need your help in finding a journal article in a format that I can view on my computer. I need this: Crane MG, Sample C. Regression of diabetic neuropathy with total vegetarian (vegan) diet. J Nutr Med 1994;4:431-9.
posted by Recockulous
on Jul 4, 2007 -
I run a personal MediaWiki
that I organize a lot of academic, business, and project related notes in. I also keep a journal, and all entries are in one category. The entries take the (automatic) form of "June 4 2007". So far so good, except when I look at the journal category page, I get an alphabetized listing, which is essentially useless. Finding a particular date isn't hard, but I'd like to see them all (or, you know, paginated to 60 or so) listed in reverse chronological order. How can I do this?
posted by martinX's bellbottoms
on Jun 4, 2007 -
In a journaling file system like ext3, a journal entry is written before each file system change, describing the change about to be carried out. This allows quick recovery if the actual file change is interrupted or not carried out due to power outage or whatever. But why is the act of writing the journal entry not susceptible to the exact same threat of being interrupted? [more inside]
posted by chrismear
on Apr 10, 2007 -
My wife and I are expecting our first child soon, and I've been looking for a site that would allow us to post photographs, videoclips, maybe a journal/blog, etc., and then allow family members/friends to log-in and view them. Has anyone used such a site they'd recommend strongly? [more inside]
posted by stuehler
on Feb 20, 2007 -
I'm a science student at university, and I'm looking for the best PDA/Tablet/Electronic sidekick for viewing PDFs (Journals). Critical to this is functionality for adding marginalia to those PDFs and/or at least having sophisticated note taking software which can work in parallel with viewing PDFs. [more inside]
posted by Alex404
on Nov 27, 2006 -
A way to embed a journal feed on a site (and allow commenting) without using Perl/CGI/Java/ASP/PHP? [more inside]
posted by richter_x
on Aug 7, 2006 -
MoleskineFilter: Can anyone recommend a non-gel ink, commercially available pen to use with my pocket Moleskine? [more inside]
posted by lonefrontranger
on Jul 31, 2006 -
What web app will help me to track my daily routines such as what I eat, what I spend money on, exercise, watching too much TV vs. reading, biking to work vs driving, etc.? [more inside]
posted by J-Garr
on Jun 29, 2006 -
Attention authors, typesetters, and publishers: Can anyone recommend a good online document-collaboration system? [more inside]
posted by EmuBite
on Mar 28, 2006 -
Outlook 2003 journal. Is there a way to have an action performed on specific journal events ? I would like to have an email sent to my inbox for every phone journal entry as it gets created, is it possible to have Outlook 2003 perform such action ?
posted by selfsck
on Mar 16, 2006 -
In the market for a new paper notebook (one for everything
). Help me find what I'm looking for. [more inside]
posted by Brittanie
on Jan 7, 2006 -
Can anyone recommend an online diary host that is beautiful, smart and traditional
? [more inside]
posted by Jimbob
on Sep 27, 2005 -
I would like to begin keeping a journal, preferably using software. I don't know what software to use- can you help? [more inside]
posted by id
on Sep 9, 2005 -
Is there such a software critter that one can keep an offline (read completely private) blog or journal, readable only to the author, in HTML format stylee, with features that allow for easy input of pictures, links, backups, etc ...? [more inside]
posted by Wulfgar!
on Mar 29, 2005 -
Does anyone know of a software package, preferably open source, that would be good for managing an on-line academic journal? I would need it to handle both presentation on-line and submissions through a complicated back-end. [more inside]
posted by ontic
on Mar 13, 2005 -
My daughter (18) is a great fan of Bridget Jones. On her Christmas list this year is 'a diary'. Putting 2 and 2 together, I have been searching for a Bridget Jones Diary er, Diary (if you see what I mean).
You know the kind of thing. Imagine a "Winnie the Pooh" Diary with pictures and information (as well as being a diary too). But with stuff from the Bridget Jones Film.
Can't find one anywhere. Have the marketing people missed this wonderful opportunity for Christmas and 2005?
posted by JtJ
on Dec 5, 2004 -
Small, cheap, comfortable text entry/recording? I'm traveling for a month in August, and I'd like to keep a journal. Handwriting is pretty much out of the question, so I'm looking for the best way to be able to type it. [more] [more inside]
posted by whatnotever
on Jul 1, 2004 -
Any good exercise/weight-loss diaries out there? I'm working out these days, and would like to track my progress (if any!) both in terms of weight loss, endurance training and weight lifting. Any suggestions? Online services or downloaded software are both fine.
posted by dagny
on Jun 3, 2004 -
Why do people write blogs and/or journals? Is it a fad? When will it end? Non-rhetorical, more inside. [more inside]
posted by daver
on Apr 30, 2004 -
I know I must suck hard core, because I can't get the search engine to work, but does anyone remember where that MeFi post about a recording engineer's "real" stories about working on a major artist's album, which devolves into Spinal Tap-esque antics? I read a description of Metallica's new documentary, and it sounds almost exactly the same, so I wanted to read it again. I've put everything I could think of into the search engine, and have come up empty. Can anyone help me out?
posted by emptybowl
on Feb 17, 2004 -
I like to read several academic journals online. Some, however, only have article titles along with a "only available in print edition." However, quick googling for the author of each article often leads me to a copy of said article on the author's website . Without too much more effort, I soon have 90% of the journal contents, scattered across author websites. Whats going on here? Who is being fooled? If i built a web page with links to all these articles would i be in copyright violation?
posted by vacapinta
on Jan 25, 2004 -