Posts Tagged ‘collaboration’

What I Learnt From Failing – Part One of Infinite

November 27th, 2012 1 comment

I’d like to take a step back and really examine some of the basics of writing, really get down to brass tacks, so to speak. The reason? Well, this week, during a bit of back and fourth on a long gestating collaborative project, I felt like the project had burst, and I couldn’t take it any further. Read more…

Dodging the Draft

June 11th, 2011 2 comments

This week, I finally got started on a new project.  ‘A new project!?’ you may protest, ‘but what about all the other projects that remain unfinished?’  Well this one is different.  This project is a collaboration with someone else, and also, it isn’t really new.  The pair of us have been throwing ideas around for this for a few years now. Read more…

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Collaborating – the Bad

May 7th, 2009 No comments

Okay, so collaborative writing can be fun, and there are numerous positives. But there are some things that you should be wary of and aware of.
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Converting to Script 2 – Finding your voice

May 5th, 2009 Comments off

OK. So, I got my framework. I got an A-Z map of how to write this film in my 35 Steps. The only thing I don’t have is time. I’m sure it’s been said before, b

ut time is like gold to a writer. Read more…

Collaborating – the Good

April 30th, 2009 No comments

If you’ve got one or two writing friends, then collaborating on a project may be a very good way of getting you to write. Here are some of the good things you can get from it. Read more…

DropBox – Foolproof filesharing

March 12th, 2009 No comments

dropboxI’ve mentioned DropBox briefly, but wanted to give an idea of how it can be used by writers. It is designed as an easy means of transferring documents automatically from one machine to another. And the key word there is ‘automatically’ – as long as you have an active internet connection you don’t have to turn on and off (most people), you never have to even think about it. Read more…