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Is there a licensing agency for poets? Maybe there should be. I’ll volunteer to head up the Department of the Misuse of Punctuation
Your shiny new Mac app is changing note titles to Untitled. It also takes MINUTES to display a note after I click its card in the sidebar. Something tells me this isn’t what your new app is supposed to do.
I want to rely on you for business (like you want me to), but how can I do that if your update breaks basic functionality?
Also, how can I get this fixed when your support team takes so long to reply and doesn’t even give complete information? I thought buying a Premium subscription came with the benefit of fast support.
I have this new writing project I’m working on, and I figured out a way to trick myself into gathering notes more quickly. Each time I have the urge to check ADN or Twitter, I add a new thought to my notes first. I’m collecting notes in an Evernote notebook, so I can easily get the notes down then switch to the social apps, no matter which device I pick up for the task.
Getting the notes down is proving to be more fun than catching up on my timelines. Sometimes I get distracted and skip the social stuff entirely. This all feels so strange.
As for the quality of the letter, Kerouac described it this way: “It was the greatest piece of writing I ever saw, better’n anybody in America, or at least enough to make Melville, Twain, Dreiser, Wolfe, I dunno who, spin in their graves.”
I hope I get a chance to read it.
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.
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.
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.
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