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 accumulated over the years.  Several people have asked me how I do it, and as far as I can tell I
 have a unique approach.  This exact post is part of the reason for creating this blog, since several
 people have asked me how I manage my references and now I can point them here.  Since this got quite
-long, I have split it in pieces.  This post describes at a high level the way I manage references and
-[this post](2012-06-15-bibtex-and-pandoc.html) and [this
-one](2012-06-19-bibtex-and-pandoc-2.html) describes some tools I use to work with my
-references.
+long, I have split it in pieces.  This first post describes at a high level the way I manage
+references and [part 2](2012-06-15-bibtex-and-pandoc.html), [part
+3](2012-06-19-bibtex-and-pandoc-2.html), and [part 4](2012-06-26-bibtex-and-gitit.html) describe
+some tools and code I use to work with my references.
 
 Citing references from LaTeX using BibTeX works by creating a file containing a long list of
 references and info about them (author, title, journal, etc) into a file.  In the LaTeX document,