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Gabe Weatherhead, the writer and publisher of Macdrifter.com, asked me to share some details about my writing workflow with his readers. The resulting interview is now available there.

If you haven’t checked out Macdrifter before, you’re in for a treat! Gabe regularly posts original features and interviews, links to interesting content, ideas for using the Mac productively, and his observations on the cultural context of technology. I was honored that he asked me to participate in his “Writer Workflow” series and I’m happy to report that Gabe says I may have set some sort of land/speed record for the use of hypertext in my responses.

Lots of clicky goodness for you there…. so be sure to check it out!

One more thing: I also used this as an opportunity to take the lid off of something I’m putting together for the new Veritrope: a Writer’s resource page of Tools, Apps, and accessories. I’m adding items regularly and, if you have any suggestions, please send me a message with the Contact Form or a note on Twitter!

Search highlighted text on Amazon.com with the click of your mouse!

NEW UPDATE — February 25, 2010

Have you ever been reading about a book, movie, or an album and wanted to find it quickly on Amazon.com? Now it’s as easy as clicking your mouse with Snow Leopard!

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