Writer’s Cafe –Project-based writing software

Again, from ProfHacker on Wired Campus: an article about Writer’s Cafe.

Writer’s Cafe is intended as a fiction writing tool, but you can also use it for other types of writing. Indeed, the naming convention used throughout the program refers to storytelling: storylines, screenplay formatting, character development, and there’s even a “name generator” for characters. If you can move past these conventions, Writer’s Cafe becomes useful for project-based writing.The writing we do in higher education covers many genres. We write the longer journal articles, book chapters or books, but we also write shorter documents: grants forms, IRB protocols, or reports. Writer’s Cafe is useful with longer or shorter writing tasks by helping you organize your data in meaningful ways.”

Billie Hara, “Using Writer’s Cafe for Writing Projects”, September 21, 2010, 08:00 AM ET

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