Since the US won 34 medals in the just-finished Winter Olympics,
Chronos L.C. is offering a limited time promotion called “34 percent discount for 34 medals.”
You see, many of the medals were won in Park City, Utah, which is also home to Chronos, the folks behind such products as Personal Organizer, Group Organizer, and StickyBrain. To celebrate this achievement, Chronos is offering a 34 percent discount on its entire product line.
Chronos calls the Personal Organizer the “Swiss Army Knife” of productivity software. It integrates a calendar, address book, word processor, memo taker, personal journal, phone dialer, and alarm clock into a single application. Plus, it synchronizes with both Palm and Visor handhelds.
Group Organizer is the network version of Personal Organizer. Users may access their calendar, contacts, memos and to-dos over an AppleTalk network or a TCP/IP network, including the Internet.
Personal & Group Organizer 4.02 require Mac OS 8.6 or above, including Mac OS X. The applications take 13 MB of disk space and run in as little as 5000 K. The updates may be downloaded directly from Chronos’ Web site. A 4.02 updater is available for existing version 4 users and a full installer is available for new users.
You can test drive either app with a 30-day trial version, also available from the Chronos site. Normally, Personal Organizer 4.02 costs US$59.99. Group Organizer is $99.99 per user; the Group Organizer Server software is free.
StickyBrain is an app that can store any type of information including text, pictures, sounds, file/application links, contacts, Web and e-mail addresses, and more. It’s currently available both as a Carbon application for Mac OS X and as a classic application for Mac OS 8.1 or later. The regular online purchase price for StickyBrain is $34.99.
Interested in the 34 percent discount? You should call (435) 615-7335 before 5 pm (Mountain Standard Time) on Thursday, Feb. 28.