Write as you play The inklewriter lets you write as you play, branching the story with choices, and then linking those branches back together again. It keeps track of which paths you’ve finished, and which still need to be written. There’s no set-up, no programming, no drawing diagrams – so there’s nothing between you and the empty page. Oh, and it’s free to use. And once written, you can share your stories with whomever you like.
I am often asked about the tools I use in my personal and professional life. I thought I would document them here. This is not a static list but one that I will update as my needs and tools change. My Tools
Rough It Out Scapple doesn’t force you to make connections, and it doesn’t expect you to start out with one central idea off of which everything else is branched. There’s no built-in hierarchy at all, in fact—in Scapple, every note is equal, so you can connect them however you like. The idea behind Scapple is simple: when you are roughing out ideas, you need complete freedom to experiment with how those ideas best fit together. It’s Scapple Simple Literature and Latte - Scapple for Mac OS X
The table is based on Boxshot Ultimate, lower editions may lack some of the features (mostly shapes and automation). See here for the detailed comparison of editions. Select your Boxshot home$79 professional$199 ultimate$299 Box Shot 3D: Ebook Cover and Boxshot Software For Windows and Mac
Using @Screenr to create and embed some kick butt training vignettes for a presentation. *LOVE* this website by @Articulate! #rocks —ross_sanders
Project code moved to Github The source code for Sigil is no longer being managed on Google Code. It is now available on GitHub and can be accessed at https://github.com/user-none/Sigil . Sigil is a multi-platform EPUB ebook with the following features:
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