09 Dec '12, 12am

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In a "How I Work" interview on LifeHacker.com, Tim Ferriss recommends the OS X app Scrivener: Scrivener, the word processor I've used for the last two books. Unlike Word, it doesn't crash every five minutes, and I can look at multiple docs at once in the same window. [It's] minimalist and great. In my opinion, Scrivener's certainly better than Word, but what isn't? I haven't been naïve enough about computers to go anywhere near Microsoft Office for at least a decade. I can't call Scrivener a word processor, either, and I especially can't agree with "minimalist and great." I recommend buying Scrivener anyway, though. I'd describe Scrivener as writing software, which includes a word processor, an outliner, and an innovative UI mode which models a whole category of time-honored writing workflows based around index cards and corkboards. I believe it's actually designed for scr...

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