Bare Bones celebrates 10th anniversary with discounts

Bare Bones Software Inc. is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a 10 percent discount on any direct orders between now and the end of June. The company was founded in 1993 by Rich Siegel as a Mac only software firm.

Bare Bones' products include BBEdit, an HTML and text editor; Mailsmith, an e-mail client; TextWrangler, a tool for composing, modifying and transforming text stored in plain text files; and Super Get Info, an alternative to the Mac OS X Finder's Show Info command.

"As we look forward to our second decade of developing great Mac software, we also look back with gratitude for the support we have received from our loyal customers, and from the Mac community as a whole," Siegel, founder, president & CEO of Bare Bones, said.

Any product order placed on the Bare Bones' online store by June 30 will receive a 10 percent discount when the order is processed -- this doesn't include shipping and taxes.

This story, "Bare Bones celebrates 10th anniversary with discounts" was originally published by PCWorld.

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