Zonked out by compiling lots of references, then this is a good solution (and much simpler than endnote) as I created a fake paragraph and put in some references and a bibliography in minutes rather than the hours it seemed to take me to try Endnote.
My zodiac horoscope for today said "In your profession, you will get some new ideas that could well be of help to you"and zotero could be the answer (although it also said "Secrets could come to light in a rather unpleasant manner" so I will have to look out for that and "You're a little too easy to distract right now, and that could mean that you're losing productivity at work" - surely nothing to do with 23 things!).
Zizzy it may not be, but zotero is, I think, easy to use (once I had read the start guide) and it allows you to enhance the references with tags and notes. Zero messing around when you have a list of references to consult as you can annotate an item if the title is not explanatory and also search by tags.
Zooming onto groups, this function allows you to share references and I set up one for "23 things programmes" just listing a number of different libraries who have or are undertaking the programme, called cam23things (although you will need to login to Zotero to view the group or add to it).
|image from flickr by welshwitch36|
A zealous supporter of zotero, I plan to use it more but in the words of Zebedee it is now "time for bed" (well really lunch but didn't have the same ring to it).