Go ahead, blog with iOS Scrivener

When iOS Scrivener came out one the features I believed missing was the ability to export as markdown.Ninety percent of the time this is not an issue, copying and pasting the text of a markdown formatted post works just fine. That other ten percent however occurs when I insert footnotes into my posts 1. I…

Welcome to 2016

My family and I spent New Year’s Eve driving from Williamsburg, VA to our home in NJ. Traffic was wonderfully sparse, but after the long trip home pretty much all we wanted to do was go to bed. We’re not much fun to celebrate New Year’s with, I guess. My son, on the other hand,…

One Year

It’s been one year. I started this journey on January 1, 2015 with the commitment to putting something on this blog each day of the year. Somehow, I managed to do it. I didn’t always do it well, and in stressfully times I did little more than post a quick and easy haiku, but something…

Looking forward

It’s been a rough couple of weeks, vocationally speaking. So much so that I’m finding the need to take a break from the type of reflection I frequently do and run towards the more creative end of my personality spectrum. Thankfully, I’ll soon have a great excuse to spend a lengthy period with that aspect…

Blogging with Scrivener, one month in

The end of August marked my first full month of using Scrivener as my full-time blogging tool. While I continue to miss features like in-line markdown preview, I don’t see myself leaving it’s friendly confines any time soon 1. I have fallen in love with composition mode. This distraction-free environment is made all the more…

The Scrivener migration

Over vacation I used Scrivener to keep my posts organized as I travelled. The ability to set up the days of my vacation weeks, and know at a glance if I had anything written for a given day, was fantastic. So fantastic, in fact, when I returned home I decided to continue using Scrivener as…