Julian Miller, CEO of
Script Software, will be demonstrating iClock, iKey, CopyPaste, Project Timer Pro and “possibly” two new applications this Saturday, Aug. 16, at the Apple Store in the SoHo district of New York City.
iClock is a replacement for the Mac OS X clock and offers timepiece, calendar and alarm features. iKey allows for the creation of shortcuts that perform an action or sequence of actions that can be launched by key combinations or menu event. CopyPaste-X is a multiple clipboard editing and display utility. Project Timer Pro is a time tracking tool. Miller will give away one free copy of each of the four programs.
The demo will be held in the second floor theater. After the demo, there’ll be a question and answer session.