Tag Archives: Tinderbox

Why Won’t Computers Do What We Want Them To?

By | April 13, 2020

(Post updated 2020-07-15 07:37 to include postscript on JK Rowling’s planning technique.)  Computers and the software that runs them have long denied us the basic right of dictating to them — not letters and grocery lists, but of what they should actually do for us – most importantly in the first step of thinking: the art of taking… Read More »

Tinderbox The Note Machine

By | April 28, 2004

A great piece of software for the Mac, Tinderbox, has just gone to version 2.2. Tinderbox is a note taker but has moved into interesting new areas, not least blogging. Tinderbox 2.2 offers a nod in this direction, offering new features such as Quick Lists and support for formatting in RSS and Atom, but it is, at its heart, “a… Read More »