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Writing is a human talent empowered by tools and knowledge; the skill cannot be replaced by tools, neither can the knowledge be replaced by technology.

PinkWrite aims to empower the human talent, neither replacing nor substituting writing’s humanity and diligence.

Teaching Projects

write.pink is the educational site.

Philosophy: English is best taught, not by readers who know what they like, but by writers who can create and explain why. Some “more difficult” parts of grammar are best taught at a younger age for the same reason a painter uses scaffolding before painting, not after.

pinkwrite.com is the information site.

View software projects on GitHub.com/PinkWrite

Software Projects

The Word Hanon 88 typing method is great for classrooms—learn typing at even six years old! Get it from GitHub.com/PinkWrite/88

The PinkWrite 99 typing box for learning composition is great for classrooms, using only basic keyboard input. Remove the spelling and grammar “cheats” that curb composition learning. Get it from GitHub.com/PinkWrite/99

  • PinkWrite client (web)The ongoing app project as it stands, can be saved and run locally as an offline website, save your work on your local device
  • PinkWrite server (web app) – Coming soon

pinkwrite.me will offer hosted blogging. – Coming soon

Road Map

Phase 1 is write.pink, helping English students both native and foreign. This phase is still an ongoing project.

Phase 2 is a full-fledged wordprocessing app, both local and in the cloud, with a focus on content, restricting style tools to the format you need, and template theming. Formats will include blog posts, email, research articles, academic essays, personal letters, journals, ebooks, and so forth. View the progress on GitHub.com/PinkWrite.

Phase 3 will make the wordprocessor available in the cloud at pinkwrite.me as a hosted premium service to support blogging.

Intro to write.pink


First Edition of write.pink Reading Fast-Track & Future Roadmap

The English education side of PinkWrite, write.pink, now has the completed first edition, which includes: A comprehensive handwriting curriculum with various printable practice materials A complete “fast-track” book set for reading, from phonics through complex sentences, main tenses and moods, and comprehension of academic information A complete typing system, including first 88 words and a …

Resource Links

Google Translate Chrome Extension

This works great with the Chrome browser, to translate a single word or an entire page.

Ink Is A Verb | Open Source Living

Tutorials, videos, and open source software tools for Ubuntu and many other tools that make it easy to learn and work with multimedia, art, language, design, coding, and almost anything you can imagine.


Learn English by watching all sorts of videos with interactive subtitles.

Pacific Daily Times | Editorials

Published every Monday, audio via YouTube. Listen and read along with a Pacific perspective on both East Asian and American current events in the style of newspaper journalism.

The Point | 100 Words Weekly

Blog & podcast (blogcast) with 100 encouraging, challenging, and uplifting words every Monday. Listen and read along.

Hans Christian Andersen (fan collection)

A great collection HCA enthusiasts, respect for original art, and a tear-jerking story about Gilead, an Israeli high school student who died the day before graduation and the work (incl. this website) that continues after him.

Just So Stories | Rudyard Kipling

Published in 1902, Rudyard Kipling wrote timeless children’s stories. Kipling uses simple yet classic and timeless English, demonstrating the basics for much Western humor and English sayings.