I found a really cool online corkboard utility called Popplet yesterday. It’s similar to the CardScape app that I recommended a while back. Popplets are little index cards that you can fill with text and images. You can even draw in them! They can be resized and given different colors. You can connect them to each other, drag them around, and add notes to them. Popplets can be private or shared. I’ve found them to be quite useful already in planning out my sitcom. My only complaint is that there is no android app available, and that if you want more than five corkboards, you have to pay for it.
There is really not much more I need to say. Just go to the website and you can try out a demo which will guide you through the simple process of creating popplets. You do have to register to use the site, though. But anyway, it’s another neat way to organize your thoughts and plan out your screenplay.
Oh, P.S., I am going to start using Blogger more often, where I’ve had a blog for years but forgot about. I will keep this one specifically for screenwriting posts, and use the other one for everything else. I can barely remember to post on one blog, let alone two. But I do have some followers here and none there, so yeah, I’ll just try to juggle them. I use Google products for just about everything-how can one not?-so I figure I might as well use their blogging platform, too. But fear not, I’ll keep the writing posts here!