Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Scholarly article, Choosing a title for your

Since there is so much dreadful stuff published in professional journals and presented at professional meetings, it's important to come up with a snazzy title for your scholarly endeavors. Below are some general guidelines, presented as potential article titles:
  • The colonization of library literature: using punctuation to spice up your article titles.
  • Proprefixualization: Using prefixes and suffixes to create new buzz words.
  • Misutilization of the word utilize: Mangling the English language in the name of librarianship.
  • Bland, boring, and banal: Alliteration as an alleviator for sub-par scholarship.

1 comment:

tj sondermann said...

You're my hero.