If you’re like me, you collect random thoughts, quotes, images and need some place to share them. In the “real” world, I have my daily notes and a pad of sticky notes I carry around with me.
Here, this is my notebook and where I share random thoughts with you. Some may amuse, some may perplex and that’s fine. It’s all about the randomness of notes and how some trigger your mind one way on a good day and the other on a so-so day.
There is always one moment in our youth when it seems that being an adult is not only attractive but possible. In my case, I have the opposite memory. In freshman English, Dr. James Reany told our assembled faces to “never lose the sense of childhood wonder” It may be the one thing I remember from my freshman English (other than the overbearing grad students who believed in their heart they were the finest examples of literary execution in the country.)
My Writer’s Tools – here are the tools I use (and have used for multiple projects) I think one could argue the most important tool in our box is how we store our work. For years now I’ve stored every file on my own drives and have been happy with this. But then a few things changed. One was I started using Evernote as a word processor and discovered how convenient it was to have all my files available anywhere I happened to be. Then I got a lapto and had to sync it with my desktop. Things got complicated but here’s my writer’s cloud solution.
Arthur C. Clarke predicted the iPad. I’ve read much of Clarke’s writing (but certainly not all) and while I enjoyed it the first time through in my teens, I confess I got bogged down later in life with all the explanations of the technology. He’s at his best when not explaining how things work.