Jason and Paul discuss writing, note-taking, tagging, and outlining with Tree, Scrivener, Gitit, Evernote, FoldingText, Mendeley, Zotero, Editorial, Markdown, Copy, LaTeX, Pandoc, MacVim, TextMate, BibTeX, and DEVONthink.
Essays are the compendium of knowledge in literature, be it in prose, literary criticisms or critiques or any other genre where essays are used for communicating ideas. Essays depict good writing style, vocabulary power and immense flow of the thoughts of the writer. As far as academic essays are concerned, students are assigned with many kinds of essay writing for showcasing their abilities to analyze a topic, present it in the expected format through proper words in an impressive style.
How does a professional writer discuss “The Elements of Style” without nervously looking over his shoulder and seeing Will Strunk and E. B. White (or thousands of readers of their book) second-guessing him? (Is “second-guessing” hyphenated or not? Is posing a question the same as using the passive voice?)