The Write-My-Novel Edition Sunday, July 17, 2016

First Look At Scrivener For iOS, by Michael E. Cohen, TidBITS

Scrivener for iOS is the app I wish I had when I wrote my NaNoWriMo novel. Don’t get me wrong: I would probably have used the Mac version most of the time anyway — it’s lovely to have the luxury of a real keyboard and a huge screen. However, I would have used the iOS app a lot as well, both for reviewing my day’s work and for doing a little late-night editing and composition.

Hands-on With The Scrivener Writing App For iOS, by Jordan Novet, Venture Beat

I guess what I’m trying to say is that Scrivener for iOS is full-featured and highly customizable.

It took a while to show up, but now it’s here, and for serious writers, it’s worth checking out.

StarTech USB-C Multifunction Adapter Designed To Turn Your Laptop Into A Workstation, by Dennis Sellers, Apple World Today

Through a single USB Type-C connection, users can expand their laptop with HDMI and VGA output ports, a Gigabit Ethernet network port and a USB 3.0 port.

Why It Took Social Science Years To Correct A Simple Error About ‘Psychoticism’, by Jesse Singal, New York Magazine

And it all started with a broken hyperlink.

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I had a (small) panic attack last night when I, for reasons unknown to me, calculated the number of weekends left that I optimstically may enjoy.


Thanks for reading.