When I work on my books, I write in OpenOffice.org, on my desktop machine in my office. When I write for the web, I put my iBook on my kitchen table, and use Text Edit.
Unfortunately, when I was in San Francisco, my iBook went to sleep, and won't wake up. It's the second time this has happened in 5 months, and I'm pretty annoyed. It's not like I bash the stupid thing around, you know?
Because my iBook is currently in a coma, I'm forced to write for the web on my desktop machine. I'm using Kwrite, in an effort to duplicate my usual experience, but I still feel like I'm golfing with someone else's clubs, so I don't think I'll be able to do much until I get my iBook fixed. Which is, ultimately, a good thing, because I'll be forced to work on Just A Geek instead.
Before I gouge my eyes out in frustration, here are a couple of news items that may be of interest:
- I did an interview for Geek Extreme last week.
- The film Neverland that I worked on last year is now available on DVD! I am fiercely proud of this movie, and I hope WWdN readers will check it out. My friend Stephanie, who produced the movie, told me that they've already taken over 2,000 orders. Yay! Go us!
- My friend Seth, who directed The Good Things, told me last week that we're going to be doing a DVD release of that film, as well. I'll be doing a spiffy commentary track, and there will be tons of cool extras. I'm really excited for this to happen. This movie is amazing.