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2007/09/25 - 0xDECAFBAD Bucket
Once up on a time, before my writing brain had been *entirely* swallowed up by Twitter. One of the most productive daily public writing tools I used was the OPML Editor and a daily outline always open on my desktop ready to receive thoughts. Kind of like Twitter, I guess, except it was a *thing* that I added to over the course of the day. I could edit it, publish it whenever, not publish it until I had my words straight.

This is one of the best short things I wrote with it - meditations on my Dad after his passing.
metablogging  writing 
october 2017 by deusx
Ficdown is a set of standards using the Markdown formatting syntax that can be used to create choice-based interactive fiction.
fiction  writing  markdown 
march 2016 by deusx
Science Fiction Writer Robert J. Sawyer: WordStar Under Windows
I'm a Hugo Award-winning science-fiction writer, and I've been using WordStar since 1983, writing all 23 of my novels with it. If you still have questions about getting WordStar to run under Windows after reading the notes below (updated in 2015), please e
writing  wordstar  dos  emulation 
june 2015 by deusx
Review: Composition Tools Fargo, Medium, Editorially, Marquee, and More | MIT Technology Review
In 1984, the personal-computer industry was still small enough to be captured, with reasonable fidelity, in a one-volume publication, the Whole Earth Software Catalog. It told the curious what was up: “On an unlovely flat artifact called a disk may be hidden the concentrated intelligence of thousands of hours of design.” And filed under “Organizing” was one review of particular note, describing a program called ThinkTank, created by a man named Dave Winer.
outliners  cms  design  software  writing 
october 2013 by deusx
WriteMonkey - Home
Writemonkey is a Windows zenware* writing application with an extremely stripped down user interface, leaving you alone with your thoughts and your words. It is light, fast and free. With an array of innovative tools under the hood and full Markdown* support, it helps you write better.
markdown  writeroom  writing  windows  productivity  editor 
june 2013 by deusx
lmorchard · Prose
Prose provides a beautifully simple content authoring environment for CMS-free websites. It's a web-based interface for managing content on GitHub. Use it to create, edit, and delete files, and save your changes directly to GitHub. Host your website on GitHub Pages for free, or set up your own GitHub webhook server.  github  markdown  writing  jekyll 
may 2013 by deusx
Single source publishing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Single source publishing, also known as single sourcing, allows the same content to be used in different documents (deliverables) or in various formats. The labour-intensive and expensive work of editing need only be carried out once, on one document. Further transformations are carried out mechanistically, by automated tools. You may also add new output formats in the future, as your organization's needs change.
publishing  writing 
march 2013 by deusx
WordPress › Support » Share a Draft
Let your friends preview one of your drafts, without giving them permissions to edit posts in your blog
wordpress  drafts  writing  blogging  metablogging 
february 2013 by deusx
Broken by Design: MongoDB Fault Tolerance :: Hacking, Distributed
Look, I realize that we live in a TL;DR culture. I lived through 8 years of a non-reading president along with everyone else. I know that the brogrammers out there are constantly getting texts from their buddies to plan the weekend's broactivities, trying to decide in whose mancave they'll be setting up their lan party, and are thoroughly distracted in between futzing with their smart phones and writing a few lines of code per day by cutting and pasting it from stackoverflow. But it's really not ok to act functionally illiterate when you're not actually illiterate, when an advanced society that once put a man on the moon worked so hard to educate you.
reading  literacy  brogrammers  amen  writing  mongodb  nosql 
february 2013 by deusx
Sudden empty / blank page for large posts with WordPress
It isn’t fair: you spend a few hours on creating your most marvellous blog post ever, the one and only that will surely enlist you in the Hall of Famous Bloggers, but then you click Publish or Preview and all you see is an empty post. Totally panicked you click “Edit” (never do that!) on that empty post only to find yourself in an editing screen that’s, well, empty (!!). Before you try to commit suicide, I hope you do a bit of googling and find yourself here or on one of the many other helpful / not so helpful posts on the subject.
wordpress  problems  long  writing 
january 2013 by deusx
John Resig - Secret Omens: Book Update
To the point of Jeff’s post, I would absolutely not write a technical book again. It’s a tedious process and unless you LOVE writing and are really good at it (like Nicholas Zakas or Dave Flanagan) then I suggest that you stick with the medium that is truly successful: Writing long-form articles/blog posts and possibly spinning them off into purchasable ebooks. (As an example, I’d point to Juriy Zaytsev and Peter-Paul Koch both of whom could get any JavaScript position in the world purely based upon the quality of their articles and sites, without ever having written a book.)
books  writing  ebooks  javascript  to:fb  publishing 
july 2012 by deusx
Rands In Repose: Please Learn to Write
Writing appears more forgiving because there is no compiler or interpreter catching your its and it’s issues or reminding you of the rules regarding that or which. Here’s the rub: there is a compiler and it’s fucking brutal. It’s your readers. Your readers are far more critical than the Python interpreter. Not only do they care about syntax, but they also want to learn something, and, perhaps, be entertained while all this learning is going down. Success means they keep coming back - failure is a lonely silence. Python is looking pretty sweet now, right?
writing  coding  programming 
may 2012 by deusx
Use this mark to identify Markdown
markdown  design  writing  webdev 
may 2012 by deusx
The Markdown Mark by Dustin Curtis
I'm making something that uses Markdown, and there's currently no great universal symbol for identifying Markdown support. So I created one.
markdown  design  writing  logos  webdev  graphics  icons 
may 2012 by deusx
Self-publish your in-progress book for great royalties on Leanpub
Self-publish your book as you write it, and earn great royalties!
publishing  writing  ebooks 
may 2012 by deusx
The end of ebook development – Baldur Bjarnason
In this world there wouldn’t be any ebook developers any more than you have .doc developers.

The fact that we have an industry of people whose job description is close to indistinguishable from ‘fixes office documents by hand in a hex editor’ is insane.
ebooks  writing  publishing  epub 
may 2012 by deusx
Marked - smart tools for smart writers
Pick your favorite editor: Marked's flexible Markdown preview will show you the final output of your document as you work, and its writing tools make your life easier from concept to publish.
marked  mac  markdown  writing  text  software 
april 2012 by deusx
PayPal Strong-Arms Indie Ebook Publishers Over Erotic Content | ZDNet
Under the new PayPal policy, Mark Corker of Smashwords told all the Smashwords authors they would also have to remove paranormal romance that included shape-shifters - if the shape-shifters were to have sex in their non-human forms.
weird  paypal  writing  fiction  twilight  erotica 
march 2012 by deusx
The fake chemical compound Isaac Asimov invented to punk science writers
the only way for the compound to be more soluble than it already was would be if it dissolved before it came in contact with the water. He decided this would be a good basis for another short story, and then realized this represented the perfect way to deal with his concerns about scientific writing
thiotimoline  scifi  azimov  chemistry  science  writing 
february 2012 by deusx
Introducing Playfic -
Playfic is a community for writing, sharing, and playing interactive fiction games (aka "text adventures") entirely from your browser, using a "natural language"-inspired language called Inform 7.
ifiction  nifty  to:fb  writing  gaming  playfic  inform  inform7 
february 2012 by deusx
Eternal Copyright: a modest proposal – Telegraph Blogs
Certainly we wouldn't want to listen to their other suggestions, which would see us broaden the definition of "fair use" and, horrifically, reduce copyright terms back to merely a lifetime or even less. Not only would such an act deprive our great-great-grandchildren of their birthright, but it would surely choke off creativity to the dark ages of the 18th and 19th centuries, a desperately lean time for art in which we had to make do with mere scribblers such as Wordsworth, Swift, Richardson, Defoe, Austen, Bronte, Hardy, Dickens, and Keats.
copyfight  copyright  writing  ip 
february 2012 by deusx
The Two-Fisted, One-Eyed Misadventures Of Sportswriting's Last Badass
One week, George came in and typed up his piece, dropped it at the editor's desk, and went off into the night. The editor looked at the copy and it was utter gibberish. Lots of consonants. Remembering that George was a touch-typist, the editor took the piece, put his hands on the keyboard, but moved them one key to the side. The piece was perfect, except George had started one key over
writing  sports  funny 
december 2011 by deusx
My 10 years of blogging: Reflections, Lessons & Some Stats Too — Tech News and Analysis
What does the future hold?

It is a good question. I have actually been thinking a lot about that lately and wondering how to reinvent the art form that I embraced over a decade ago. I don’t really have an answer, except that it is somewhere in the past and in the reasons why I fell in love with blogging.
blogging  metablogging  om  writing  history 
november 2011 by deusx
Publishing for writers who love Markdown and Dropbox
calepin  markdown  blogging  dropbox  services  tech  writing 
november 2011 by deusx
Kill Screen - My Purple-Haired Made-Up Best Friend, and Why She Had to Die
Before I tell you this story, I should introduce Rachael Webster. The trouble is, I’m not sure how to do that. Was she a friend of mine? Sure. A great friend. We spent nine months together as tight as Siamese twins. But she wasn’t family, and I never really met her in person. I could say she didn’t exist, but that’s a copout: she obviously existed, and had a life, and friends, and a career, at least until her budget ran out and I had to write her out of this world.
writing  fiction  gaming  alternate  reality  marketing 
november 2011 by deusx
Harness the Mental, Creative, and Emotional Benefits of Regular Writing
Since writing also makes you take those ideas out of your head and put them into real words, it also challenges you to think about how you can communicate those ideas to others in a way that makes sense. You'll have to turn your abstract ideas into something that's concrete and understandable by others, and it'll challenge you to grow and develop the language and communications skills required to get those ideas across. Even if you deal in facts and figures, creative writing can help you learn to communicate complex ideas more effectively.
ifttt  googlereader  writing  lifehacks 
november 2011 by deusx
The Pragmatic Bookshelf | PragPub 2011-10 | Up Front
Oh, I am so so tempted to commit to this for "Tinkering with Activity Streams", even though it's already over a day into November

"PragProWriMo is all about helping you write that technical book you’d really like to write but for some reason haven’t been able to get started.

We’ll provide supporting materials and encouragement and all you have to do is to write 60 pages toward that book during the month of November."
books  writing  tech 
november 2011 by deusx
Writing and Publishing an E-book
Over the past three months or so, I wrote an ebook on Dungeons and Dragons Dungeon Master Tips. I wanted to do nearly all of it myself, save artwork and editing, so I ended up doing the writing, conversion, publishing, financial transactions, and marketing all myself. The following are my experiences and instructions on writing and publishing your very own beloved ebook. Let's dig right in.
writing  ebook  publishing 
july 2011 by deusx
Goodreads | Quote by Ira Glass: "Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I w..."
Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me. All of us who do creative work, we get into it because we have good taste. But there is this gap. For the first couple years you make stuff, it’s just not that good. It’s trying to be good, it has potential, but it’s not. But your taste, the thing that got you into the game, is still killer. And your taste is why your work disappoints you. A lot of people never get past this phase, they quit. Most people I know who do interesting, creative work went through years of this. We know our work doesn’t have this special thing that we want it to have. We all go through this. And if you are just starting out or you are still in this phase, you gotta know its normal and the most important thing you can do is do a lot of work. Put yourself on a deadline so that every week you will finish one story. It is only by going through a volume of work that you will close that gap, and your work will be as good as your ambitions. And I took longer to figure out how to do this than anyone I’ve ever met. It’s gonna take awhile. It’s normal to take awhile. You’ve just gotta fight your way through.
iraglass  writing  creativity  work 
april 2011 by deusx
Emend: Make the Web a little better
"Emend (verb), to improve by critical editing.<br />
<br />
From the Latin emendare, “to free from fault.”"
emend  nifty  editing  writing  webdev  from delicious
june 2010 by deusx
Warren Ellis » Want/Get/Do
"Identify a character in your idea.<br />
<br />
1) What does that character WANT?<br />
<br />
2) What does that character need to do to GET what they want?<br />
<br />
3) What are they prepared to DO to get what they want?"
writing  stories  plot  want  get  do  warrenellis  from delicious
may 2010 by deusx
Ren'Py Visual Novel Engine
"Ren'Py is a free and cross-platform visual novel engine that helps you use words, pictures, and sounds to tell stories with the computer. Its easy and efficient script language makes it possible for non-programmers to make visual novels, while its Python support allows for complex simulation games."
gaming  python  writing  interactivefiction  ifiction  manga  from delicious
march 2010 by deusx
Sterling Editing
"Editing, mentoring and coaching for writers"
writing  editing  services  from delicious
march 2010 by deusx
Word Processors: Stupid and Inefficient
"The word processor is a stupid and grossly inefficient tool for preparing text for communication with others. Preparing printable text using a word processor effectively forces you to conflate two tasks that are conceptually distinct and that, to ensure that people's time is used most effectively and that the final communication is most effective, ought also to be kept practically distinct. The two tasks are The composition of the text itself. TThe typesetting of the document. "
writing  tex  microsoft  word  processors  latex  typography  wysiwyg  productivity  from delicious
december 2009 by deusx
"many choices

At its atomic level, a cyoa book is a collection of numbered pages of a few different types. Most pages tell a portion of the story, then finish by telling you to jump to another page. A smaller number of pages tell a conclusion to the story and represent an endpoint with no further jumps. We can subdivide these ‘narrative’ and ‘endings’ groups further based on the number of choices offered or the goodness of the ending. To visualize this, imagine color-coding every page in the book and then laying the pages out next to each other"
cyoa  gaming  books  adventures  writing  visualization  chooseyourownadventure  from delicious
november 2009 by deusx — Your writing synced online
"Your writing, notes, and to-do lists online. stores your text and keeps it synced between your work, home, and devices like the iPhone. Unlike manual syncing, merges your changes so you'll never lose data."
apis  text  simpletext  writing  opensource  service  from delicious
november 2009 by deusx
Essay - What to Write Next - Picking a Genre for Your Next Novel -
"I recently published a novel, and now it’s time to get back to work. If you’re anything like me, figuring out what to write next can be a real hassle. A flashy and experimental brain-bender, or a pointillist examination of the dissolution of a typical American family? ­Generation-spanning door-stopper or claustrophobic psychological sketch? Buncha novellas with a minor character in common? To make things easier, I modified my dartboard a few years ago. Now, when I’m overwhelmed by the untold stories out there, I head down to the basement, throw a dart and see where it lands. Try it for yourself!"
writing  novels  funny  satire  culture  from delicious
november 2009 by deusx
Slashdot Your Rights Online Story | Amazon Patents Changing Authors' Words
Damn - I had this idea for use on my own work, if I ever got around to self-publishing. "Amazon's newly-patented System and Method for Marking Content, which calls for 'programmatically substituting synonyms into distributed text content,' including 'books, short stories, product reviews, book or movie reviews, news articles, editorial articles, technical papers, scholastic papers, and so on' in an effort to uniquely identify customers who redistribute material. "
patents  piracy  writing  amazon  from delicious
october 2009 by deusx
A Writing Revolution § SEEDMAGAZINE.COM
"As readers, we consume. As authors, we create. Our society is changing from consumers to creators."
reading  writing  creativity  society  publishing  literacy  authorship  web2.0  twitter  socialmedia  from delicious
october 2009 by deusx
Inweb: Inform
"A key step in literate programming, in our view at least, is publishing. It means tidying up and properly explaining code, and is a process much like writing up roughly-correct ideas for journal publication. The main aim of the Inform project since autumn 2007 has been to publish the whole work. Each web, as it is published, becomes open-source under the Artistic License 2.0, and eventually the whole work will be complete. We believe it will then be the largest literate program ever published."
literateprogramming  inform  programming  writing  from delicious
october 2009 by deusx
Shouts & Murmurs: Subject: Our Marketing Plan : The New Yorker
"Hi, Ellis—

Let me introduce myself. My name is Gineen Klein, and I’ve been brought on as an intern to replace the promotion department here at Propensity Books."
funny  publishing  writing  marketing  from delicious
october 2009 by deusx
Scholarly publishing with WordPress – ../learninglab/joss
"my point here is to discuss whether WordPress can be extended to accommodate most conventions found in scholarly publishing and where it is lacking, to identify the development work required to meet the needs of most academic who wish to write on and publish to the web"
wordpress  publishing  writing  from delicious
september 2009 by deusx – Anil Dash Wears the Yellow Jersey
"You should be reading Anil Dash. First, the man still blogs. He has for ten years, and some of his best stuff is happening right now, when you and I have kind of punted on the actual work of reading, synthesizing and writing something durable. Twittering this, tumbling, favoriting. Bah. Dash’s rip roaring run reminds me that what matters are bold, thorough ruminations chocka with links and living at my domain. The rest is a temporary party. A funferall not building to much."
blogging  dashes  anildash  writing  fullofwin 
july 2009 by deusx
Writing a Technical Book
"Based on the amount of time we put into the book this works out at something slightly below slave labour rates. Never write a technical book for the money. No really. Spend your evenings in McDonalds if you need extra cash."
books  writing  tech  ironpython  manning  publishing 
july 2009 by deusx
Home Page - Television Tropes & Idioms
"This wiki is a catalog of the tricks of the trade for writing fiction. We dip into the cauldron of story, whistle up a hearty spoonful and splosh it in front of you to devour to your heart's content. "
tv  entertainment  tropes  writing  culture  fiction  funny  cliches 
july 2009 by deusx
Read-optimize Your Source Code - Brendel Consulting
"In fact, I claim that if you don't take those rules to heart in your own source code then you are either unprofessional, lazy, not a team-player, or all of the above. If you as a software developer take pride in your professionalism and quality of your work then you have to consider that it is not only the achieved functionality for which you are being paid: The code you produce in almost all cases becomes property of your employer, and thus, the code itself also a product (and actually the most important product) you deliver. And how useful that code if for the team who has to work with it is what really determines its value."
programming  writing  source  code  craftsmanship  via:jzawodny 
june 2009 by deusx
How the Web Made Me a Better Copywriter — AIGA | the professional association for design
"In 1999, when I left a staff job at a newspaper to start my own copywriting business, I never even thought about writing for the web. A decade later, most of my work consists of web projects. It struck me recently that this medium has led me to develop a different way of writing—tighter, simpler, more transparent. The results, I believe, are greater clarity and persuasiveness, and a speedier, more user-friendly read."
writing  webdev  metablogging 
april 2009 by deusx
Charlie's Diary: Preventing the New Dark Ages: Start Here
"I am not in a business with a 4-6 year document retention cycle. I am in a business where I hope that what I wrote ten years ago will still be accessible a century hence. Microsoft's policy was deliberately destroying my life's work."
bitrot  writing  microsoft  word  office 
january 2009 by deusx
Barack Obama’s Prose Style - Stanley Fish Blog -
"Barack Obama’s inaugural address is proving to be more powerful in the reading than it was in the hearing. "
writing  obama  inauguration  address  speeches 
january 2009 by deusx
Locus Online Features: Cory Doctorow: Writing in the Age of Distraction
"I think I've managed to balance things out through a few simple techniques that I've been refining for years. I still sometimes feel frazzled and info-whelmed, but that's rare. Most of the time, I'm on top of my workload and my muse"
writing  productivity  tips  consistency 
january 2009 by deusx
welcome to the ficlets memorial « the ficlets memorial
"ficlets is no more. AOL decided to kill the product, but thankfully, since all the content on the site was licensed under Creative Commons, I decided that there's no reason to let the content die. So, consider this the ficlets memorial. I will keep this site up as long as I'm able (it's extremely simple and not costing me anything)."
ficlets  archives  archiveteam  stories  writing 
january 2009 by deusx
Ficly: Live After Ficlets :: UltraNormal
"Like a phoenix from the ashes, something new is in the process of being born. I give you ficly."
ficlets  fiction  writing  aol  ficly 
january 2009 by deusx
WWdN: In Exile: ficlets is going to the land of wind and ghosts. here's how to save your stories.
"AOL is shutting down Ficlets on January 15, and in their infinite corporate wisdom and understanding of how communities on the Internet work, they're not providing any easy way to archive the stories you've written there beyond advising that you try "copying the text and pasting it into a plain text or Word document." Right. That's going to be really fun and easy for people who have written dozens of Ficlets. [::facepalm::]"
aol  archiveteam  ficlets  web30  writing 
january 2009 by deusx
Mark Bernstein: Coover Links
"Consider Coover Links — links in which the start of a sentence lies in one side of the link while the end of the sentence lies at the other. Coover links are named for Robert Coover, the author of a short hypertext “Heart Suit” (McSweeney’s 16, 2005) written entirely in this fashion."
hypertext  writing  coover  links 
october 2008 by deusx
Charlie's Diary: On finishing
"I'm feeling pretty weird right now; I've just finished a novel."
writing  novels  scifi  work  books 
october 2008 by deusx
The sentences of Sarah Palin, diagrammed. - By Kitty Burns Florey - Slate Magazine
"I had to give up. This sentence is not for diagramming lightweights. If there's anyone out there who can kick this sucker into line, I'd be delighted to hear from you. To me, it's not English—it's a collection of words strung together to elicit a reaction, floating ands and prepositional phrases ("with that vote of the American people") be damned. It requires not a diagram but a selection of push buttons."
politics  palin  language  writing  funny  grammar  linguistics 
october 2008 by deusx
Tinderbox: from Michael Bywater
"You put this stuff in without any plan, yet, like all good atoms, they form themselves into molecules."
tinderbox  outlining  thoughts  software  osx  eastgate  writing 
august 2008 by deusx
Warren Ellis » On Teleportation
"Teleportation should be a matter of simply proving you’re somewhere else."
scifi  ideas  teleportation  writing  research  warrenellis 
august 2008 by deusx
WisCon - The World's Leading Feminist Science Fiction Convention
"WisCon encourages discussion and debate of ideas relating to feminism, gender, race and class. WisCon welcomes writers, editors and artists whose work explores these themes as well as their many fans"
wiscon  cons  writing  scifi 
july 2008 by deusx
shock: social science fiction
"Shock: Social Science Fiction is a fiction game of culture and future shock"
writing  gaming  scifi 
july 2008 by deusx
"If you have happened by 826michigan lately, you may have noticed that we have had people working on our robot store seven days a week, all hours of the day and night."
robots  writing  annarbor  michigan 
june 2008 by deusx
O'Reilly Author and Editor Air Concerns on Industry Pressures - Tools of Change for Publishing
"I'll organize my comments under three categories: unpredictable time commitments, external market pressures, and staff responses. I've run these comments by Baron."
writing  books  authorship 
june 2008 by deusx
Backup Brain - So You Wanna Write a Tech Book?
"A big problem I have with these sort of blog posts, though, is that too many of them ... are written after one book, or one editor, or one publishing company. ... and you really can't extrapolate anything meaningful from a single data point."
writing  books  tech  authorship 
june 2008 by deusx
The Prose Medium and IF « Emily Short’s Interactive Fiction
"Words in interactive fiction individually carry more weight than they carry in static prose, if only because of the amount of attention we demand the player give to each one."
writing  if  ifiction  prose  gaming 
june 2008 by deusx
FreakAngels » Interlude 02
"I flood my poor ageing head with information. Any information. Lots of it. And I let it all slosh around in the back of my brain, in the part normal people use for remembering bills, thinking about sex and making appointments to wash the dishes."
writing  ideas  warrenellis 
june 2008 by deusx
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