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How to Write One Page Per Day

If you are like most writers (this GalleyCat editor included), you never manage to make time for daily writing. With the new web-based writing program, you can make sure you write at least One Page Per Day.

Here’s more from the site: “It’s a very simple web typewriter that presents you with a single blank page each day. You are free from the tyranny of the infinite page.  There is no signup, you just log in with your existing Google account or twitter username and password. Then you’ll see your first blank page in front of you. Go ahead, try it out. You get a gentle reminder to do your page each day, then you just sit back and watch your book come together.”

What do you think? If you end up using the program, share your thoughts in the comments. The simple interface makes a unique use out of the organizational power of the Internet, without allowing the distractions of the medium to overwhelm you.  (Via Lifehacker)

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