BibSonomy + BibLaTeX: A powerful combination

As a PhD student, I often have to deal with citing someone else’s work in my publications. Up until now, me and my colleagues used the standard combination of pdflatex and bibtex. Works pretty well, doesn’t have too many features. To store my bibliography, I use BibSonomy. I can browse my collection using tags and can export single or a list of items to a set of export formats, e.g. BibTeX, which is pretty neat. To incorporate some BibTeX references into my works, I had to copy-paste them from BibSonomy into my bibliography file. This leads to cluttered references across several

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