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With package biblatex, you can cite online entries (@online) without anything to care about. All entry fields support an url field as well. Remember, you can even refer to a very specific moment by appending the time to the youtube link. \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @online{youtube, title = {Some cool motion sensor stuff}, date = ...


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@Misc{Zatko15, author = {Peiter Zatko and Ivan Poupyrev and El Guerrab, Rachid and Regina Dugan}, title = {{G}oogle {I/O} 2015. {A} little badass. {B}eautiful. {T}ech and human. {W}ork and love. {ATAP}}, howpublished = {\url{https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpbWQbkl8_g}}, month = {May}, day = 29, ...


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When you use the thebibliography environment, you don't need to use bibtex. The styling of bib items is solely your responsibility. Just compile two times using, say, pdflatex (or whatever you are using). For bibtex (or biber with biblatex) you have to use a bibliography database (a separate file with .bib extension containing the entries, say ...


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The following solution does not use backref, but is based on the linking of verbose-inote. We will have to set a link on a first citation and use that link the bibliography when printing the label \makeatletter \DeclareFieldFormat{bibhypertarget}{% \bibhypertarget{\thefield{entrykey}:\the\value{instcount}}{#1}} \renewbibmacro*{cite}{% ...



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