I have a confession to make. Sometimes when I write articles for the Oklahoma Bar Journal, I'll just include a TinyURL for the citation. I don't think anyone has really noticed. After all, the point of citations is to find the original source. So if a link that can be typed into any web browser gives one the entire article, that should be good, right? Certainly better than seeing an obscure law review article cited where you have to either physically travel to a large law library or pay for someone to get the original source content for you. (I sense the collective blood pressure of librarians rising as they read this.) Well, it was just that line of thinking that led me to do An Interview with Professor Darin K. Fox. Professor is director of the Donald E. Pray Law Library and associate professor of law at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. I hope you enjoy reading the interview.