10 responses to “Writers’ 6 top tech tools for getting work done”

  1. Michael W. Perry

    Scrivener is no long Mac-only. A Windows version of Scrivener is now in public beta:

    http://www.literatureandlatte.com/scrivenerforwindows/

    Well worth the download.

  2. PenPoint Editorial Services

    Again, a great list.

    Love finding new online ‘gadgets’ to help with staying organized.

    I just Tweeted this as well. Thanks.

  3. Susan Johnston

    What a bummer that you couldn’t access the transcript! I’d recommended two tools for scheduling emails and tweets: http://www.boomeranggmail.com/ (for emails) and http://www.socialoomph.com/ (for tweets).

  4. Online Clock

    Hi Michelle,

    We just wanted to say Thank You for including our online timers in your useful list – we were truly delighted to discover this blog post!

    If we can play a small role in helping writers to improve their productivity, then we must be doing something right.

    Thanks again,

    Webmaster
    OnlineClock.net

  5. Jakub Olszak

    Hello Michelle!

    I’d like to recommend a time tracker called TimeCamp, which would be a great solutions for writers to track their time spend in front of computer. It does everything automatically and is user friendly. You can download a free trial at http://www.timecamp.com. Any feedback and opinions would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks for your time!

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