My reflections on participating in this year’s Blogging from A-Z Challenge are below. For once, I am going to be very brief.
The Y post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge features a listing of apps or webapps which allow for collaborative and social project gathering online – on a wall environment.
There is some overlap with a few previous posts in this series, so where apps have been featured previously, you will be diverted to those posts. But there are also a couple of new apps worth playing with here.
The W post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge looks briefly at apps specifically for word count tracking.
The V post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge lists some easy to use apps for creating vector drawings, diagrams or plans.
Because this post lands on a Friday it also forms Week 17 of the #52Tech series.
The U post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge profiles the Unstuck App, and some unblocking app alternatives.
The N post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge profiles a few alternative over-all note-taking apps to Evernote.
The M post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge profiles a few mindmapping apps for brainstorming and outlining writing or creative projects.
The L post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge profiles a few Cafe type ambient sounds should you work well with background noises like these.
The B post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge will preview Blogsy, a blogging app for the iPAD, with inbuilt multiple blog platform, image and video capabilities; and markdown support.
As this app is also relevant to many writers, consider this post also part of the monthly #IWSG – Insecure Writer’s Support Group posting schedule.
The A post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge will preview Aeon Timeline, a timeline tool for both Mac OS and Windows PC desktops, with the added bonus of being compatible with Scrivener.