Using a computer as a word processor is like using an airplane as a bus: you can do it, but you're overlooking its potential. Here are some links that take advantage of the computer's unique characteristics:
Computer Generated Writing. A list of software programs designed to assist various types of writing, with various degrees of success.
The Interactive Fiction Page. A site on the creation of text-based computer games. Like more "traditional" fiction, these games need characters, setting and a plot.
Hyperizons. Resources on hypertext fiction, what it is, how to create it and so forth.
Arachnoid Writer's Alliance. Publish your work yourself without the tedious cost of vanity publication.
Netscape Enhanced, But Not Required.
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