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Month: October 2009

Pagehand: a new word processor for the Mac

Pagehand: a new word processor for the Mac

I like the idea: Simple, clean, concerned with layout, and uses PDF as it’s native file format. I just don’t know when I would use this rather than Word, Pages, Scrivener, TextEdit, TextMate, Bean…

Well, okay, I guess if I cared that the PDF I send someone is beautifully kearned, ligatures were handled right, and… wait a minute, I do care about those things. I’m a total type geek.

Shoot.

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Scrivener NaNoWriMo 2009 Trial

Scrivener NaNoWriMo 2009 Trial

I love Scrivener. I use it for National Novel Writing Month, writing tabletop adventures, essays, homework…anywhere that I want to have all my writing intelligently split up and also have all my research available for me without switching programs (and therefore contexts). Getting a long trial PLUS a 50% discount if you win NaNoWriMo this year is a sweet deal. If you are a writer at all (and have a Mac) than you should jump on this.

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