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Mori and AntiRSI

Apologies for the lack of a proper comic this week. I'm actually not lounging in the sun like Eliza is above, but dealing with a sudden deluge of work and lifestuff.

I've started to use Mori to help me keep my project notes organized (thanks to my husband Jeff for telling me about this app). It's yet another digital notebook program, but has a simpler/cleaner interface than SuperNoteCard. It's more of a database of notes, with some outlining capability.

I'm also starting to use AntiRSI by Onne Gorter, a free program for Mac OS X that helps prevent RSI (repetitive strain injury) and other computer related stress by reminding the user to take breaks. I especially like the fact that you can tell the program when you're taking a natural break, in which case the program resets its timer to zero instead of reminding you to take a timed break too soon. You can also specify "micro pauses" between the longer work breaks.

In the cold light of morning

If you've recently come across any useful software or online services for writers, please do post below!

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