Here is another list of writing-helpful webapps and sites. Last week you will find more randomness.
For this week’s #52Tech post, I’ve collected a few reference type webapps and/or posts which are bookmarkable for many writers.
This listing is kept short. More will be detailed in Part 2 next week.
A couple of weeks back I went through one of those bleak times every writer occasionally suffers through…
Great video from the UK. Watch all the way to see who did it. Great use of storytelling.
If you write in MS Word, and deal with e-publishing, or collect ebooks, you most probably are aware of the free app, Calibre. With Calibre 2.0 recently released there’s even more of a reason to have Calibre on your system. It’s got editing functions.
Anyone watching the net lately will be well aware of Tom Hank’s typewriter app hitting the iOS appstore and smashing records for the productivity and overall categories. I’ve left it a couple of weeks before profiling the Hanx Writer App and alternatives.
Last week I profiled one web-based outliner, Workflowy. For week 34 of the #52Tech series, Fargo and some other alternative webapp outliners are highlighted.
For week 33 of the #52Tech series, Workflowy is highlighted.
Firstoff – I’m not a huge fan of Workflowy anymore. Some other reviewers have loved it, others hated it. Workflowy – or any outliner – is a bit like vegemite in that respect – you either love it or hate it, there appears no middle-ground.
If you don’t get on with the Workflowy format, in Week 34 I’ll be profiling some alternatives.
With an eleven year old daughter, I’m more and more mindful of writing good strong girl role models.
At the end of July Evernote and Fastpencil announced a partnership which will allow Evernote users to publish their note content to a PDF or ebook ready for distribution.