How to record a source you want to read, but have not yet read?
Hello from a newcomer to all this good stuff! Please suggest ways of handling this situation: I am reading an article by an author named Barker. He paraphrases some useful things from an earlier article by Rugg. I want to read Rugg's article at some time in the future, but I have not yet read it.
In the note for that information I can record the source as "Baker 2018, citing Rugg 2002." And I can make a literature/reference note for Rugg's article, using Baker's citation in his bibliography. And I suppose I can tag that literature/reference note containing the title, date, journal, etc. of Rugg's article with a tag like #unread or #to_read.
Then someday when I have nothing to do (lol) I can search for that tag and get a list of things I have been wanting to read, including Rugg 2002.
Is this something that other people do? Do you handle it similarly or differently? Thank you!
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