Season Two of Timeless premiered last Sunday night. I deliberately had not watched Season One since I bought the DVDs, because I wanted to semi-binge-watch it prior to watching Season Two’s first episode online (“semi” because it took me a week rather than watching the episodes straight through). I wanted to approach the series fresh and see if any of my opinions had changed. Continue reading “Timeless: The Double-Edged “Big Rule” of Time Travel”
I’ve used Scrivener on my Mac since 2008, I think, and I love it. I’m not sure I could write a book without it at this point. I know it’s not for everyone, but it fits me and the way I approach and organize a story.
When I bought my first ipad (I waited until version 2) I was hoping that it would be useful enough that I could use it to replace lugging my laptop around when traveling. And when I saw that Literature and Latte had plans to release an iOS version of Scrivener, I firmly believed I was going to be all set. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen — then. Turns out there were more issues to be overcome than a simple port of the software, and to their credit, they refused to put out a product that would be less than what they wanted it to be. Continue reading “Scrivener for iOS – First Impressions”
Sometimes I really miss the old library card catalogs…
The first season of Timeless has just finished airing on NBC. I’ve watched all 16 episodes and I’m going to talk about them. That will definitely include spoilers for the series. If you haven’t watched all of the first season episodes, consider yourself warned. Continue reading “Timeless Revisited (with Spoilers!)”