Getting things done on Devonthink: Bibliographical references
Each text file contains the full bibliographical details.
Example: Allen, David 2001. Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. London: Penguin.
This can be easily cut and pasted in footnotes or bibliographies when the need arise. No need therefore to use a separate specific application (Filemaker, Endnotes, Scribe, etc.), easy does it.
The duplicate function of Devonthink is extremely useful, as using replicants will allow to place an exact copy of the document elsewhere (a second incarnation of the document and not simply an alias).
A replicant of "Allen, David. 2001." could be placed in the folder for the relevant project under Project support materials.
For example "Duplicate to ... > Project support materials > GTD Project Another replicant could also be placed in the Next action lists under At library and so forth.
The wiki-style links function of Devonthink will allow to link to the bibliographical reference by simply entering the text of its title. For example simply writing "Allen, David. 2001" in any document will create automatically an hyperlink pointing in the direction of the original file. "Allen, David. 2001"