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Tremember when all this was good enough. When professional writers could
look at a screen like this and think “yeah, I’m gonna write a whole nevel in this”.
This is what people expected to work with, and this is what people learned, and
then a few short years later it was obsolete. And then its replacement was. And so
on, and so forth.
Don't take this to sound like I’m against technological progress or anything. Far
from it! But ... it’s a little disappointing, for someone like me who's made a life
out of making things, to know that the goalposts keep moving, driven by forces
that can carry thern a lot farther and a lot faster than I can keep up with. Being
“enough” is a fool’s errand.
But there’s another way to go. Instead of trying to keep up with “enough”, we can
pick up the pieces it leaves behind and be “us”, in all the ways we've been
learning to be since we were small. In all the ways our childhood prepared us to
Ooh. Thanks - I didn't know OCRBot was a thing. I'll use that in the future.
There's also OCR stuff built into recent mastodon versions now, if you Edit the image like to add in a caption manually, there should be a link to transcribe the image automatically. but if it's too much text for the char limit, ocrbot is great :D
@dodec this rules
Yeah. 4.0 for me, then 5.1, and then my family got an LC III and put ClarisWorks on it, which we all liked better.
Do kids today even write essays for homework any more? What do they use?
@dodec Sapkowski wrote his Wiedźmin books (known in anglosphere as "Witcher") using Norton Editor
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