Having the proper tools will make any job easier, but when it comes to writing things needn’t be so complicated.
“Always in motion is the future,” says Yoda, and it would seem as if Blackberry is betting on precisely that. Somewhat related: Have you already forgotten the past?
Bill Gates is stuck in an alternate reality, where Windows 8 is a success and we’re all frustrated with our iPads.
There are no comment boxes on this site, which is something some people have a hard time dealing with. I removed the comments a while back, and this is what happened.
I love Dropbox, and yet I rely solely on iCloud when it comes to syncing app data across platforms. To top things off, iCloud scares me. How does this equation hold up?
It’s not enough to spell check and do an edit pass or two before you send your work to your editor or publisher. You need outside input before that. Enter the beta readers.
Want to know how The Writer’s iPad is doing, one week in? Well, then this is for you – the good, the bad, and the
ugly less pretty!
I can’t state this enough: Backup your work, writers. Backup. Your. Work. Those of you who haven’t lost precious work due to hard drive failure, theft, or similar data loss, often have a hard time grasping the seriousness of the situation. But when you sit there, realizing that all your hard work is gone forever, [...]
You have typed THE END and closed the file of your manuscript. Congratulations! This would be the perfect time to pop the champagne, open that 18 year old whisky, smoke a cigar, make sweet sweet love, or whatever else that qualifies as a pat on the back in your world. Do it, do it all, [...]
When I’m not writing books, I’m writing code. I’m especially fond of WordPress, something that probably comes as no surprise to anyone since I’m the man behind Smashing WordPress: Beyond the Blog. That means I’m writing PHP, HTML and CSS primarily, and I enjoy it most of the time. My code is either written for [...]