4 thoughts on “Fun tool

  1. Anonymous says:

    OMG, I had this in a manuscript seven years ago, for code projects. Manuscript will never come out of the drawer, but I’m so glad the tool became reality!
    @valrobertson

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  2. Charli says:

    HA! Reality catches up. We found this looking for a way to better organize 33rd Prime’s projects and I went, hey, this is perfect for books!

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  3. StarDoc says:

    This is an excellent find, Charlene. Could even work as a virtual version of a novel notebook. I will definitely be playing with it while I learn my way around. I also like that (unlike pinterest) I don’t have to be a member of Twitter or Facebook in order to create an account and use it. Thanks for sharing the link. :)

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  4. Charli says:

    You’re welcome! I was in love at first sight. I especially love that I can drag things from stage to stage as a project moves along to completion without having to retype and I can see the status at a glance. This is way better than my former post-it note organization method.

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