<a href="http://beyondbridges.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/writing-kit.png"><img class="alignleft size-thumbnail wp-image-2724" alt="writing-kit" src="http://beyondbridges.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/writing-kit-150x150.png" width="150" height="150" /></a>You know it goes. I have had <a href="http://getwritingkit.com">'Writing Kit'</a> on my iPad since it came out. Wrestled with it. Love the Markdown - once you get the hang of it. Well, I will let you decide that one. That all said, once I had created a document ... then what ? They were abandoned. Cast aside - without n'er a thought.
You see my copy of Writing Kit is auto connected to my Dropbox – as is Draft In.
During the day, I write away into Writing Kit. Make notes, form thoughts. And it doesn’t matter if I don’t have an Internet connection. I write – and when I connect, it all synchs. Thats’s why Draft.IN doesnt QUITE do it for me – it just isn’t ‘always’ there.
Once synced, I then decide what to do. I can use DraftIn to publish to the blogs.(That process is interesting even of itself …. Since I am only connecting blogs as I need them), so far – out of god knows how many I apparently write to – just two are connected.
Anyway – my point is that using Writing Kit, as my daily note taker (an my notes – I mean meaningful notes) … I can then funnel the content wherever I wish. Blogs, EMail, Evernote or just leave it there – until the next time.