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I’ve been jealous of Write Room for the Mac for a while but now there are two Windows (or cross-platform) clones: Dark Room and JDarkRoom. They’re all stripped down full-screen text editors:

It’s sort of stupid that with all the amazing multitasking and features on the average desktop that a full-screen and nearly featureless text editor seems exciting and fresh. I think it reminds me of my days writing in Telemate. (Wow, there’s no Wikipedia page for Telemate.)

Posted on - January 16, 2007 [at] 11:19 am by Brad
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Screenwriter John August was nominated for a Grammy for writing “Wonka’s Welcome Song” from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. He has an amusing first-hand account of attending the Grammys.

Posted on - February 10, 2006 [at] 12:10 pm by Brad
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mole.jpgI got a sexy Moleskine notebook for Christmas. It’s very nice and it’s the sort of thing I would never buy for myself but was curious about, so it was an excellent gift.

So far I’ve learned that none of my thoughts or feelings are fancy enough to be written in such a nice notebook. “Would Hemingway or Picasso have written that in their Moleskines, Brad? Honestly.” It’s still blank and I’m trying to work up the balls to wreck it with language.

Posted on - January 17, 2006 [at] 4:07 pm by Brad
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FAWM – It’s February Album Writing Month apparently. 14 songs in 28 days.

Posted on - February 2, 2005 [at] 8:43 pm by Brad
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The WriteExpress Online Rhyming Dictionary finds better rhymes, but Rhymezone displays the results in a more useful way. I hate it when that sort of thing happens. I absolutely refuse to write my own web based rhyming dictionary, dammit.

Posted on - February 2, 2005 [at] 7:58 pm by Brad
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Text Mixing Desk – A cut-up tool for text. This one shows more promise than most of the other web ones and the source is available. [via]

Posted on - January 31, 2005 [at] 11:42 am by Brad
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