Friday Foolery #44. The Shortest Abstract Ever?

2 12 2011

This is the shortest abstract I’ve ever seen:

“probably not”

With many thanks to Michelynn McKnight, PhD, AHIP, Associate Professor, School of Library and Information Science, Louisiana State University, who put it on the MEDLIB-L listserv, saying :  “Not exactly structured …. but a great laugh!”

According to Zemanta (articles related to this post) Future Twit also blogged about it.

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9 12 2011
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7 02 2012
Pranab

Indeed… a good laugh!

18 03 2012
Trollface
20 03 2012
laikaspoetnik

That’s great! TY!

30 03 2012
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[...] a previous Friday Foolery post I mentioned what I thought was the shortest abstract [...]

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