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Mar
9
comment Is Mac OSX Lion's Revision Control System useable by writers?
Why the downvotes, guys? @Ernest: No way. It's quite likely that this would be the first time and the first system that many writers use for revision control. Easy, simple to use.
Mar
6
comment Is the iPad a convenient medium for writing work?
Lovely blog. Thanks for the link. :)
Mar
6
comment Is the iPad a convenient medium for writing work?
@RobotNerd A bit late, but wireless keyboard would be the most optimal tool to write on the iPad, would it not?
Feb
16
comment How should I go with hiring an illustrator for a webcomic?
DeviantArt is a good place to source talent relating to Art and Design.
Dec
5
comment What are some good instruction manuals for writing short stories?
Not really - This is specific about short stories.
Nov
27
comment Do Writers Use LaTex/TeX for writing?
@Larry Smithmier: Why so though?
Nov
27
comment Writing for an Audio book. What are specifics?
Interesting question. :)
Nov
27
comment Do Writers Use LaTex/TeX for writing?
Hmm... ... I remember reading that people usually start writing in LaTex instead of converting text within LaTex itself.
Nov
24
comment Do I need to register my work to retain copyright?
What if the work was lost or intercepted and published by someone else?
Nov
24
comment Out of this world… Giving it time?
If you don't mind, could you tell me what software you are using to organise your fantasy story? It sounds quite interesting. :)
Nov
24
comment How do you track random thoughts and ideas?
@Daniel Amazing setup. :) Do you have all the notebooks (Personal, Work, ...) in one huge container OneNote file, or are they separately managed?
Nov
24
comment Shared worlds: are there any good collaborative sites out there?
I think a link is fine. People browsing this could be directed to the other question through the link.
Nov
24
comment Organizing your Universe?
+1 with Zayne S. Halsall.
Nov
24
comment Is touch typing skill important for being a good writer?
An extremely useful skill to learn, even if one isn't writing. It is immensely helpful when taking notes in class, because I can literally write everything that is said throughout the class.
Nov
24
comment How do you track random thoughts and ideas?
Any advice on organising notebooks in OneNote? I personally use Evernote myself to organise notes, web clippings, ideas, ... and use the tagging system to trawl through the files. I've seen a friend use OneNote and the pages seemed quite disorganised. I like the idea of OneNote, but I haven't seen any good ways of using it as a note-taking program.
Nov
24
comment How do you track random thoughts and ideas?
Moleskine is an excellent brand of notebooks. I use the Moleskine Sketchbook for my drawings and ideas. (This is because only the Sketchbook can take my thick and inky pen.) Which book and pen do you use? I find that all the pens that I use "leak" and go through to the opposite page when I write on it.
Nov
22
comment Are “morning pages” useful?
Interesting find. :)
Nov
22
comment For Fantasy Stories, Should You Include a Map At the Beginning of the Book?
I think the Inheritance Cycle describes and allows the reader to visualise the world excellently, yet it also has a map at the beginning of the book.
Nov
21
comment Do You Use Any Version Controlling Software/Methods As Writers?
Not really related, because I'm looking for a solution/workflow that writers use when writing.