This question isn't about math per se, but I hope it will be of general interest to people studying math so I feel reasonably comfortable asking here. Let me start with an example: Today I had the following citation from a paper:
W. Hurewicz, On Duality Theorems, abstract 47-7-329, Bull. AMS 47 (1941), 562-563.
I tried Googling this directly, but it only turned up papers citing that paper. I tried typing the title into JSTOR, but got a bunch of nonsense. Finally, I had to Google the homepage of Bulletins of the AMS, then click on "past issues," scroll down and find 1941, click on that, go back and figure out which issue it was, click on that, go to another page, scroll down and find the relevant article, and click on that.
I'm fully aware that this is of course less work than walking to the library uphill both ways in the snow, but when I know exactly what I want there should be some way of getting to it without clicking more than once, at least in theory.
Does anyone have a good workflow for grabbing a paper quickly given the relevant bibliographical information? I'm willing to install software if that's what it takes. What I'm hoping for is a box where I copy/paste the above citation and the paper pops right up.