The first entry is a sample footnote/endnote as it would appear the first time that a work is cited. Remember, while our examples begin with “1.”, notes should be numbered based on the order they occur in the paper.
The second entry is a shortened version for subsequent notes from the same source.
The third entry is the bibliographic citation that will be found at the end of the work. A bibliography is alphabetized by author’s last name.
Dril led the vanguard of so-called ‘weird twitter’ with surrealist tweets like: “’im not owned! im not owned!!’, i continue to insist as i slowly shrink and transform into a corn cob” (@dril, November 10, 2011).
However, in cases when a more formal citation is desired, follow the below format. If a title isn’t available, use the first 160 characters of a post.