“Do you remember MacWrite on the first Macs, circa 1984? Outside of showing a bomb graphic when it crashed, MacWrite didn’t do much,” Ron McElfresh writes for Mac360.
“However, it did enough to surprise Apple honcho Steve Jobs who had commissioned another word processor for the Mac—just in case. That unique Mac app was called WriteNow, and considered by many to be the best ever Mac word processor,” McElfresh writes. “I remember WriteNow for the Mac. It was elegant, had enough features, handled documents better than MacWrite, and was blazingly fast.”
McElfresh writes, “If you remember WriteNow then you’ll be completely at home with Bean. If ever there was WriteNow reincarnated, Bean is it.”
Full article here.