Friend of the Blog Joe Parker writes in:
I recently developed a screenwriting app called Logline. The idea for Logline was born out of what I saw as an inadequacy in other screenwriting software. When writing a script, I could never get a sense for the structure of my screenplay when interacting with the software. Logline builds the story structure into the interface. Please check out the free Beta.
And if you do, please let us know what you think!
I tried it early in the beta process, and then again a couple of weeks ago. It has definitely come a long way. If I were going to go the browser-based route, I'd choose it over Scripped specifically because of the outlining features.
The thing is, I'm just not quite ready to go browser-based at this point. A web app has to work hard to prove to me that I can trust it not to lose or scramble my data. My screenwriting work is just too important for me to trust with an untested system. That's a hurdle Logline will need to overcome. Some really killer feature would help. (He says without having any idea what that killer feature might be.)
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