Getting Things Done – Writer’s Edition
There are all kinds of software I use on a daily basis that expedite the writing process. After discussing these with some folks last night, I’ve decided to make a swanky list of things that help with GTD – Writer’s Edition.
The theory behind GTD
Journal software for Mac – I am writing my book with this software. It’s easy. Not too complex. And works.
Student organizer and class management software for Mac
Teacher organizer and class management software for Mac
Journal software for PC
Task manager for Mac
I use this all the time… from the website:
Celtx is an application for planning and creating media — film, video,
theater, animation, poetry, novels, etc. Use it to manage your story
line, characters, props, media, schedule, and budget. You can also
“publish your creation to Project Central, where others can view your
Media Project in its full context, providing a compelling experience
for the viewer.
I think all this is useless, but some people need/want to pay $200 for stuff they can get for free elsewhere. The advantage (I suppose) is that these are all complete, as opposed to using five different free programs, you get one comprehensive expensive one.
Novel writing software for PC
SuperNoteCard. I love this software.
Getting Things Done Mac Style
Do it yourself pocket planner
I am sure this list is incomplete. Feel free to contribute some ideas in the comment section.