MacVoices #16166: Kirk McElhearn Updates Take Control of Scrivener for iOS Version

Kirk McElhearn  has issued an update to Take Control of Scrivener 2  that covers the new iOS version of the professional writing tool. If you think Scrivener is only for those who author novels or screenplays, you’re wrong. Kirk explains why Scrivener is not just another word processor, but is a tool to organize the resources in your writing project and keep them easily accessible during the process. That means all sorts of writing, from creative to business and beyond. The new iOS version helps take Scrivener to the next level, off the desktop and into your creative hands, no matter where you prefer to work. Kirk talks about that workflow,syncing, iTunes and more.

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Kirk McElhearn writes about Macs, iPods, iTunes, books, music and more. He is a Senior Contributor to Macworld, where he writes the Ask the iTunes Guy column and the Hey Apple, Fix This! column. He is also a regular contributor to TidBITS, as well as several other web sites and magazines. He is co-host of The Next Track and The Committed podcast.

Kirk has written more than twenty books, including Take Control books about iTunes, LaunchBar and Scrivener. He reviews classical CDs for MusicWeb, and is a French-English translator. He has written documentation for dozens of popular Mac apps, as well as press releases, web copy, reports, white papers and more.

On Twitter, he’s @mcelhearn, and he has a Facebook page.

A lapsed New Yorker, he lives near Stratford-Upon-Avon, England.

 

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