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A cafe in a metropolitan European capital. It's the end of July and two co-workers from a multinational corporation are having their lunch break. The sky is grey and it's been raining for a while now. Co-worker B is taking his summer vacation the following week. Co-worker A hasn't planned any summer holidays but usually …
I have been using Milanote since its beta stage before 2017 and I've found myself using it even more since it became widely available. The Next Web wrote that "Milanote is the Evernote for creatives." In order to visualise Milanote's interface, imagine a big, blank canvas where you pin your ideas, images, quotes, drawings, checklists — things …
The other day I received an email from a friend, who is also an author, asking me whether it is possible to track down the character appearances in every scene when using Scrivener. I thought I'd create a mini tutorial to share this with you. There is some software out there that lets you assign your …
Software is often overpriced. We hardly realise this and fall victims of clever marketing plans where a premium account is essential to use extra features for most products. The thing is we take for granted that most software pricing is right. Let’s imagine the following scenario of a random product: we sign up for a new …
I have to admit: I don’t like summer that much (reverse SAD, anyone?) but I always look forward to it. The reason is simple: long holidays! There is, however, one thing that creeps into the back of my mind. The high hopes, the great expectations, the emotional burden that surround this holiday season. If you go …
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