The Literary Machine 2000

1.1

 
License: Freeware
Price:
$0.00
Rated:
Downloads: 9
Op. System: Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000
Last updated: 05-12-2002
File size: 7.07 MB
Publisher: Gunnar Sommestad
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Publisher description for The Literary Machine 2000

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The Literary Machine is a revolutionary relational database and composition tool that manages any kind of information, even the random thoughts and bits of information you get, and forget, throughout the day. LM's unique system unharnesses you (and your thinking) from the rigid framework of conventional databases. The fruit of this breakthrough is a new species of program. For, LM is much more than a database: it is also a creativity tool. It manages ideas, not just information, as a brainstorming application. Similarly, LM's unique composition tools are the first of their kind. Before firing up your conventional word processor, Web page creation software, or presentation program, assemble your materials into a coherent and elegantly organized composition with the Literary Machine. Watch your productivity soar. And, when you see your highly polished output, you'll know why we call this program The Literary Machine.

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Visitor: Anonymous
Learning curve flattens out very quickly. This program does something no other program does - it makes you a better writer. Download it and try to see for yourself. For help go to http://www.ldswriters.net/lmguide.html
General rate: Positive
Visitor: TheEternalDuck_TD4D
If you have writers block, this is the software for you. You can organize your thoughts and not only can you write a good story, but you can also make that story something you won't even beleieve that you wrote yourself. This software is simply amazing!
General rate: Positive
Visitor: sayu
This is a ground breaking wordsmith program that has helped me immensly. It has a few bugs, and I can still highly recommend this to anyone who wants an easy way to file and maintain ideas.
General rate: Positive
Visitor: toolman
I finally learned how to use it after many many hours of studying the program. Once learned it is worth every minute of study because you can literally pour all your ideas and info that you don't want to forget into this thing. I intend on organizing and storing my vast pile of notes and ideas into this machine. There really isn't anything like this as far as I can tell. This is a program that truly does work with your ideas without placing too much of a preconceived structure on them. That is good because it means that your ideas and accumulation of data will grow more naturally and will spark more creativity. It really does help you comprehend a topic better because it gently asks you to make some connection to the rest of the body of knowledge without being overbearing and with much room for evolution. You will be fascinated to watch as your own body of words and connections grow/evolve over time.
General rate: Positive
Visitor: Cherie
I am a writer, and I find that this is the program I use most on my computer. I use it for brainstorming when I have writers block, and to organize my thoughts and ideas in a way I never would have thought possible. If you are a writer, this program is indispensible. But you can also use it as a PIM, organizer, address-book, note-keeper, recipe book - whatever. It is a completely unique product - I've never seen anything else like it. I found it has a few bugs when run on Windows 98, but I've downloaded it onto my laptop and it runs perfectly on Windows Millineum. I can't recommend this program enough.
General rate: Positive