Tue Aug 02, 2016 3:53 pm Post
marcoiac wrote: BTW, having a Watch I can tell you one thing: it ain't a productivity tool. At best, it's a fitness toy. Or just a toy
Tue Aug 02, 2016 4:02 pm Post
yosimiti wrote:if you are joking: I think this is a pretty good idea. If you had a third Apple watch, you strap it to your forehead, directly in front of your eyes to enable full-screen mode!
Tue Aug 02, 2016 8:09 pm Post
gr wrote:yosimiti wrote:if you are joking: I think this is a pretty good idea. If you had a third Apple watch, you strap it to your forehead, directly in front of your eyes to enable full-screen mode!
Forget the Watch. What we really want is a full-immersive Scrivener. Strap on the goggles. I want to walk through my Binder, explore its by-ways. I want to get in there and do battle with my adverbs and have to pray to the meta-data that I am the victor. Distraction-free writing? Hit full-screen and -- boom -- your text is the universe and you are the cursor.
Wed Aug 03, 2016 10:23 am Post
Wed Aug 03, 2016 3:35 pm Post
gr wrote:yosimiti wrote:I can't tell if I'm being serious or not...haha.
This is known as the "Scrivener Effect". Longterm it can lead to scribomania, series novels, forumania and other diseases of the literary mind.
Wed Aug 03, 2016 11:11 pm Post
yosimiti wrote:Cassady wrote:...And should be on the back of a t-shirt: "Your text is the universe, and you are the cursor".
If L&L made and sold T-shirts through their website, I'd be first in line. Just a thought, Keith.
Wed Aug 03, 2016 11:34 pm Post
dnaknitter wrote:See CafePress--there are Scrivener t-shirts available there! Maybe someone could start a CafePress shop with this design. I would definitely buy one.
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