In the middle of working on a hub, I was overcome with a manic-like affection for the HubTool and felt obligated to share. I just love this platform!!
Let me count the ways:
1) The Goals section keeps me on track.
2) I think the capsule oriented content creation/editing is just so, so great!
3) The streamlined, user friendly "wizard" format that removes the tedious aspects of content creation (like coding) allows me to focus on writing. It's like having a bespectacled assistant who takes my manuscript and does all the work of transforming it into an online work of art, while I've already moved onto the next project in my mind!
Thanks, Earl Noah Bernsby!
We do our best, and we're just tickled that you like it!
P.S. Just between you and me, your kind comments have made the Engineering Team's day.
I'll second the OP on this. It really is an advanced system.
It has been so long since I published new material here...hmmm...sounds like something has changed! I shall run off and publish a new hub! Nope, kidding, lol. I am not that motivated. Sounds like whatever has changed has changed for the good and that is always positive.
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