So a few months ago, I was working on some outlining/revisions, and I thought pinning cards to a wall/corkboard would really help me out. Problem was, I didn't have a corkboard. Or a blank wall. So I looked for a way to do the same thing on the computer; I mean, someone has to have had the same idea before, right? Instead of finding what I wanted, I found a lot of programs for writing. The one I settled on is called Scrivner, and is totally awesome. It lets me organize information into different files/folders, without having to open a several program windows, like microsoft word does. It also lets me take snapshots of a text file, so I can revise it and then compare it to the first version. It lets me view one file side by side with another file, so I can refer to info pages while writing a chapter, or look at character write ups or something. It sort of has a corkboard feature, but...I haven't played with it much. Anyway, I love it. I was wondering how many other writers on this site have ever used a writing program? Or looked into them? Or heard of Scrivner? Also, has anyone used that card+corkboard style of planning/outlining? How does it work? Does it help? Other writers - how do you organize your work? Do you just put it all into a single word document, or split it up into several word documents? Do you use a paper notebook for info/notes/outlining/ideas, or do you use a whole folder on your computer?