What’s the Surface Pro 3 like for writers? How is the screen? Is it light enough? What about that clever pen? Matthew Stibbe finds out.
Book reviews that will help writers and anyone in marketing or technology businesses.
We review ‘Everybody Writes’ by Ann Handley, a refreshing go-to-guide for writers at all levels to habituate good writing and improve writing skills.
A refreshing change from dry ‘how to’ books, Bradbury’s ‘Zen in the Art of Writing’ focuses on the joys of writing and the Zen-like state needed to succeed.
Matthew Stibbe reviews the Jabra Pro 9450 headset as a tool for writers and a way to improve interviews.
A case for the quality and usefulness of Ayn Rand’s ‘The Art of Nonfiction’, and my favourite tips for those who still can’t bring themselves to read it.
Looking to boost your concentration and time management skills? The Pomodoro Technique will work for some, but personally I found it wanting.
iBrainstorm fails to redefine the nature of collaboration. Easy to use but it fails to wow. I’d keep hold of your whiteboard and marker pens, folks.
A slew of options exist for online collaboration and multi-person document editing tools and here we let you know how Quip measures up in particular.
In the post-Google Reader world, Feedly and Bloglovin’ are battling it out to be our new best content-delivering friends. This is my review and verdict.
OmmWriter provides a peaceful, distraction-free writing environment which is perfect for short work, but ill-suited to longer and more complex pieces.