This essay was originally posted to the writing community Get Your Words Out. At the beginning of the month I downloaded a bunch of apps with the intention to test them out and offer brief reviews of each one. Then I got a new job and have been studying for license certification exams, and completely… Continue reading Two Productivity Apps: Notion and Moleskine Journey
NaNoWrimoPrep: Plotting tools
I got an iPad about a year and a half ago, and it's slowly become my primary writing tool instead of my trusty laptop, mainly due to its portability and the many programs available for writing and plotting. (App, program, same thing. I'm old school.) I've tried a lot of different programs to find the… Continue reading NaNoWrimoPrep: Plotting tools
Scrivener, q10 and Word, oh my!
Mini-me.One of the winner's goodies recently for Nanowrimo is a 50% off coupon for Scrivener, so I figured, hey, it's only twenty bucks and picked myself up a copy. I've been playing with it all week, trying to get to know it and the best ways to use it. (I even googled "how I use… Continue reading Scrivener, q10 and Word, oh my!
I'm not a programmer or software engineer, though I work with them on a regular basis in Ye Olde DayJobbe. I have an interest in programming, though, and have created things like simple online training quizzes and a database and interface for customer contact information.Recently I got a Blackberry and I'm trying to use it… Continue reading unabashed nerdery