Writing has been in existence long before paper and ink, and now that those tools are less productive than others available, will be around long after they fade into obscurity. Today I'm talking about the software I use.
When I started seriously writing, I used Scrivener. I was starting NaNoWriMo, and they had a free version to use during the month of November, so I thought, "Why not?" And I am so glad that I downloaded it. Scrivener is a software that allows you to word process in outline form.
Scriptito also has a neat reading section, where you can read selections from Project Gutenberg as well as works by other Scriptito users. (Your work is not default-shared, this is something you choose to do separately.)