Nickel And Dimed Out Of Tech

It used to be there was a high bar of entry if you wanted to buy in to professional tools. You purchased the software, and used it until you really needed to upgrade, for which you still paid a premium price. Now the initial bar of entry is low, but the cost of staying in is huge.

A Trick to Ease the Scrivener Transition

I’ve written about Scrivener before, but I’ve been spending a lot of time with it lately so I thought I’d give some brief thoughts on using it as I impatiently await the long-sought iOS version. First, Scrivener remains to be one of the most powerful pieces of software I’ve ever used. Calling it a Swiss-Army…

The Amazing Editor that Could – Editorial

A little over two years ago I moved to using markdown for the majority of my writing. For those who don’t know, Markdown is a light-weight markup format which uses plain text for it’s files – if you’re interested in learning more about how to use this amazing tool, follow this link. For me, the…