Writely recognition

by Dave on December 8, 2005

in internet, writing

Wasn’t aware of this, but when browsing through the Writely blog, I found this snippet of a press release:

Since its beta launch in August 2005, Writely has enjoyed enthusiastic adoption from users all over the world including businesses, bloggers, editors, students, teachers, poets and playwrights.

Case#3: NaNoWriMo Collective Novel Creation

By midnight on November 30th, a group of seven writers are due to finish a 50,000 word novel as part of National Novel Writing Month: “We are using the Web Word Processor Writely which is ideal for a collaborative project like this, where people from both the U.K. and the U.S. are working on the same document.” (You can view the novel in progress at https://www.writely.com/View.aspx?docid=acjp62pqm98b)

Am slightly ashamed that we didn’t get it finished in time. Outside pressures put paid to it. Still, I might knuckle down during the Christmas holidays to get at least my chunk finished. It would be a shame to waste all that effort.

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 John Self December 9, 2005 at 5:45 pm

Cool, fame at last etc! Yes, I must get Erwin finished. I haven’t even read knovella’s last stuff.

Is there any way of measuring the hits our story may have had as a result of this promotion?

2 Dave December 12, 2005 at 9:34 am

I don’t think there is – there isn’t the option to put any kind of hit counter into the page with the story on, which is a shame.

Yes, must get it finished!

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