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My first NaNoWriMo

Five days to go before NaNoWriMo begins, and I’m still working on my novel’s premise. I still haven’t nailed down what should happen for my protagonist by the end of the story. 398 more words

Microsoft One note : It's like paper, but better. Way better

I liked the tag line its like paper but way better. If are a very unorganized note taker like me here is the tool for you. 211 more words


4 Top Note Taking Applications : Google Keep, Microsoft One Note, Evernote, and Awesome Note

While Online Office is capable of doing almost anything, it is not fast enough to be a note taking application. Also, a note taking application should have a mobile version apps for that. 365 more words


Novel Writing

I have written several novels; I have rewritten those same novels; I have participated in National Novel Writing Month, which is November. So when I say that writing can be challenging, I think I know what I am talking about. 419 more words

Writing And Related Matters

Organisation of an unorganized mind.

Just a little post this time, nothing fancy.

Well as I’m sure you could have guessed, that last plan didn’t work either. Predictable eh?.

Its quite frustrating really, I have all these ideas that I’ve been slowly devising over the past 4 years or so, yet I still cannot put it on paper. 193 more words

Notes Taking & Planning Made Easy. . .

This post is about a few of the handy and really cool features of Microsoft One Note which I have explored so far. For a long time, I wasn’t aware of this product from Microsoft (though it’s been installed in my machine :)), until I came to know from one of my colleagues one fine day. 1,049 more words

Features Of One Note

Microsoft OneNote - For iPhone

Microsoft OneNote for iPhone is a note-taking app for capturing all of your ideas and to-dos on the go. With the free version of OneNote for iPhone you can access, create and edit up to 500 notes. 102 more words