Testing software without a use case is like kicking the tires of a car. It doesn’t really tell one much. After reading “Making Connections with Scapple” by Amy Cavender two months ago, I downloaded the trial version of Scapple, tested it out, and wasn’t impressed. My dismissiveness though had more to do with a failure of vision on my part, than a failure of functionality with the software. I take notes and outline in a notebook. It’s part of my process. It’s more fun. What did Scapple have to offer?
Scrivener is my favorite application for writing. Instead of the flat format of MS Word, writing is envisioned as a larger, fluid project and Scrivener makes it possible to organize your research, rearrange parts or… Read More »Create Your Writing Projects with Scrivener