How Newspapers could cite Blogs

From the The Columbia Guide to Online Style

Blogs and Wikis

Humanities Style

Cite blogs or wikis similarly to citing mailing list or newsgroup postings, including the name (or alias) of the author, the title of the posting (if applicable), the title of the site, the date of posting, and the address of the site, followed by the date of access enclosed in parentheses.

Bartow, Ann. “Parody Is Fair Use!” Sivacracy.net. 26 Mar. 2006. http://www.nyu.edu/classes/siva/ (30 Mar. 2006).

Scientific Style

Include the name or alias of the author, the date of posting, the title or subject line of the posting (if available), the title of the site, the URL, and the date of access.

Bartow, A. (2006, March 26). Parody is fair use! Sivacracy.net. http://www.nyu.edu/classes/siva/ (30 Mar. 2006).

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