Jason Block


While I don’t belong on this page, I have a little story to tell about how this notecard program was born. In 2004 I had a terrible time keeping track of a plot and all the juicy details surrounding my then masterpiece about a kid with the ability to move small things like mugs and socks an inch in an hour.

So I skipped the masterpiece and began work on a program to help organize unwieldy writing projects. I called it Miss Lonelynotes in honor of Nathanael West’s Miss Lonelyhearts. Later, with more features and a user-base as interested in researching molecular biology as they were in writing about fictional uncaring advice columnists, I settled on the program’s current name, SuperNotecard.

Thanks to all of the writers, and particularly those on this page, that have shared their ideas and encouraging feedback.

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