Ah, SpeedScript 3.2 for the Commodore 64. This program is responsible for any number of my secondary school papers. Very nice word processor, and look at all the features!

It won't necessarily make you a better writer, but you may become a better writer once the tedium of retyping and erasing is replaced by the flexibility of a word processor. Words are no longer frozen in place by ink; they become free-floating entities. You no longer think about typewriting-you can stand back and work directly with words and ideas. The distinction between rough and final drafts becomes blurred as you perfect your writing as you write.

Crazy to think that 6k was a huge program and that people used to get magazines (myself included) and type in what was printed there. Actually more neat to me than crazy, but, then, I was alive then. ;^)