Version control question from Twitter

Curious: Did you ever implement a writing/editing workflow using Git or Mercurial for version control?

Curious: Did you ever implement a writing/editing workflow using Git or Mercurial for version control?

I haven’t done that. For my own writing, version control isn’t very important. Plus, if I do end up creating multiple versions and want to compare them, Kaleidoscope makes beautiful diffs.

Some of my clients like using Draft, which provides sane version control, diffs, and good commenting and collaboration. It’s not my favorite thing in the world, but it provides solid benefits without any heavy lifting.

I only keep one app in my Mac’s dock

Marked is a previewer for Markdown files. Use it with your favorite text editor and it updates every time you save. With robust features for previewing, reviewing and exporting beautiful documents, you can work in plain text while reveling in rich formatting.

via Marked 2 – Smarter tools for smarter writers

I hate clutter on my computer, so I removed every app from my Mac’s dock the day I got it, except one. Marked lives in my dock because I use it every day. Marked allows me to write in Markdown and export beautiful PDFs for all sorts of business documents, no word processor needed.

If you write in Markdown, pick up a copy of Marked for yourself today.

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That thing where you’re having a good email conversation with a customer about the stellar service you provide, then you mention pricing and they disappear off the face of the Internet.