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Correctly Citing a Betazoid Telepathic Message

What is the correct way to cite a telepathic message in #MLA8? @MLAnewspic.twitter.com/JiWRpk2it4 — John Farrier (@JohnCFarrier) September 19, 2016 Before the rise of the internet, citing sources for a research paper or essay was a matter of using a style book for journalism or academia. On the internet, it’s easy to cite sources with a link, which we do all the time. But what do you do in a paper (made of paper or an unlinkable format) for a class or magazine when the source is something on the internet for which no style guide exists? For example, if your source is a comment on Instagram, that could create a sourcing dilemma.
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