The smartests cities in the World (from Forbes)

http://www.forbes.com/entrepreneurs/2006/12/14/boulder-education-cities-ent_cx_ee_1215smartcities.html
http://www.forbes.com/entrepreneurs/2006/12/14/boulder-education-cities-ent_cx_ee_1215smartcities_slides.html
America’s 10 smartest cities,
“ranked them based on the percentage of the population age 25 and over
with at least a bachelors degree”.
1. Boulder, CO
2. Bethesda, MD
3. Ann Arbor, MI
4. Cambridge, MA
5. San Francisco, CA
6. Durham, NC
7. Fort Collins-Loveland, CO
8. Washington, DC
9. Bridgeport, Stamford, and Norwalk, CT
10. San Jose, Sunnyvale, and Santa Clara, CA

I guess New York City and Seattle lose on this criterion.

What bibliometric tool will make my life better

I would like to see some tool that will allow me to manipulate paper references in the following way:

- add a paper in pdf format
- add a reference for which a pdf is not available
- search for papers/references
- manually tag papers by topic and importance
- extract custom bib entries for each topic and export to bibtex and html
- papers can belong to multiple categories
- allow manual and group annotations of papers
- unix based with batch mode capabilities
- incorporate access control
- retrieve papers

I have been unable to find something like this. Any hints?

Drago

Lost in Paris

Look at this map of Paris
http://travel.nytimes.com/2006/12/24/travel/24hours.html
printed in the Dec. 24 issue of the New York Times.

The Champs-Elysées is shown in the wrong place (what is labeled as
“Champs-Elysées” is actually Avenue de Friedland/Boulevard Haussmann).
The Champs-Elysées is the avenue that links Place de l’Etoile to Place
de la Concorde.

http://www.nytimes.com/imagepages/2006/12/22/travel/escapes/22hour_map.html

Compare with this map:

http://www.frommers.com/images/destinations/maps/jpg-2006/62_thebestofparisin1day.jpg

or this one:

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=paris,+france&ll=48.873861,2.294898&spn=0.006007,0.020548&t=h&hl=en

One can only wonder about the reason for this blunder by the New
York Times – perhaps trying to foil the discovery of the Holy Grail :)

Update (Dec. 30) The NYT web site has been updated with a corrected map showing the Champs-Elysées in the right place.