Journal, diary, notebook: call it what you will, but every writer—established, aspiring, or just-do-it-for-yourself—has to have one. It’s the place where you record private thoughts, jot down ideas, and capture snippets of dialogue. And while it’s doubtful that any technology will totally replace a pencil and paper, software-based diaries have been around for years. Memoir is one such application.
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