Is it possible to do real writing work on the London Underground? Matthew Stibbe ran a four-week experiment to find out. Read the article for more.
Hands-on reviews of technology and tools that have helped me write better.
Change the way you write in Word by learning the tips and tricks that make it easy to navigate your own writing. Every writer should learn these Word hacks
PowerPoint has a bad reputation, but the program doesn’t make bad presentations. People do. Learn how to use PowerPoint more effectively with these tips.
Looking to boost your concentration and time management skills? The Pomodoro Technique will work for some, but personally I found it wanting.
Of all the words we have to choose from, these rarely get picked. Sad really, but as they are the longest words we have, I suppose you can see why.
A review of the best writing tools for recording those gems and nuggets of inspiration that hit you at the unlikeliest of times and in strangest of places.
In the interests of science I experimented with editing Word documents on my iPhone and iPad, transferring between devices mid-flow. This is my report.
Most of us type on a standard keyboard everyday, but have you ever stopped to wonder what indulgent alternatives might be out there for you to play with?
The ultimate computer workstation for ruling the universe and writing about it too.
F.lux is a quiet little app that matches the brightness of your screen to the time of day to reduce eyestrain. It’s an absolute must-have writer’s tool.