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Great Things

Resources, recommendations and other things that mean something

(List constantly being updated, as things change.)

Things I can´t get tired of...


Some references in media and journalism studies


  • @bzelizer
  • @emilybell
  • @jeffjarvis
  • @KarinWahlJ
  • @markdeuze
  • @paulbradshaw
  • @ProfBobFranklin
  • @rasmus_kleis
  • @Rosental
  • @rsalaverria

Some references in cultural and creative industries studies


  • @Bernd_Fesel
  • @FlewTerry
  • @hesmondthing

Academic resources for students, researchers or journalists

Sources for bibliographic research

Aplicativos e websites indispensáveis

  • Mendeley (to manage the thousands of articles and bibliographic references; it is my favorite, but there is also Zotero and OneNote)
  • Pocket (to save everything we find on the Web and want to read later). There is also Evernote
  • Scimago Ranking Journals (a list of journals to publish, indexed to SC and WOs, organized by country, subject and Q1-Q4)
  • Predatory publications list (it’s better not to publish at all)
  • Ciência Aberta (a good list for resources about OA organized by NOVA FCSH). The glossary is also good
  • Connected papers, a tool to visualize links between scientific articles and find the most relevant ones (there is also Litmaps, Inciteful and Gecko, for example)
  • Focus to-do, my favorite project and task management app, very simple, with a built-in Pomodoro.