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You’re a web writer. You use software to browse the Internet, to write documents, to share documents, to store notes, to track time. Here you can learn about the best software options to meet your unique web-writing needs.

How to Get Ready for Gutenberg on WordPress (and Why You Need To)

By Susanna Perkins | July 18, 2018

WordPress wants to change the way you create content with the Gutenberg Project. Find out what’s in store as Susanna Perkins gives you a tour of Gutenberg in this edition of Tech Corner.

Try Out Gmail Labs to Enhance Your Gmail User Experience

By Julia Borgini | May 18, 2018

Gmail Labs is the “playground” area of Gmail, where Google puts new Gmail features for you to try-out before they’re available to everyone. Take a walk through the playground with Julia Borgini in this edition of Tech Corner.

How to Use Trello for Content Curation

By Susanna Perkins | April 27, 2018

Are you avoiding content curation just because it sounds like too much work? Then follow along as Susanna Perkins shows us how to use Trello to make it easier, in this edition of Tech Corner.

3-Minute Guru: A Single Sheet of Paper that Holds Your Whole Brain

By Jim Wright | April 17, 2018

A single online application that can hold your whole brain? That’s a big claim. Check out this quick how-to video to see if Workflowy makes good on its promise…

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10 WordPress Plugins for Promoting, Maintaining, and Growing Your Business

By Crystle Pishon | March 20, 2018

Here are 10 plugins that can save you time, bring in new visitors, and keep your website looking sharp — just the way it should be.

Video Editing

5 Free Video Editors Every Web Writer Should Consider

By Crystle Pishon | March 1, 2018

Check out these 5 free video editors you can use to make your next video look great. Crystle Pishon walks us through the choices in this edition of Tech Corner.

Make Posting to Instagram Easier with these 7 Helpful Tools

By Susanna Perkins | February 6, 2018

While scheduling a post on Instagram can be more difficult than scheduling tweets or Facebook updates, it’s now a lot easier thanks to these seven tools.

Offline Reading

Use Chrome’s Reading List to Take Control of Your Offline Reading

By Julia Borgini | January 30, 2018

In this edition of Tech Corner, Julia Borgini walks us through how to use Chrome’s Reading List to help us take control of our offline reading.