Stairways releases Combadge 1.0
Perth, Western Australia — 6 June 1998 — Stairways Software, Pty Ltd,
today announced the release of Combadge, an elegant real time email
What is Combadge?
Combadge is a real time email companion, perhaps best described as a cross
between a talk, chat and email. Combadge will let you chat in real time
with other Combadge users without needing to know where they are – you
simply use their email address and Combadge finds them. If they are not
running Combadge, then Combadge will send your message to them using email
so you do not even need to know if they have Combadge.
Combadge is US$25 shareware. Site and organisation-wide licenses are also
available for US$500 and US$2000 respectively. Combadge requires a
Macintosh with TCP/IP connectivity.
* Easy User Interface.
* Real time chatting if both parties have Combadge.
* Email messages if they do not have Combadge.
* Connect using email address.
* Log conversations to email.
* Automatic configuration.
* Answering machine facility.
About Stairways Shareware
Stairways Shareware was founded and is run by Peter N Lewis. Peter started
Stairways to distribute his extensive range of Macintosh Internet
Peter is probably best known for Anarchie, but he also co-wrote the
Internet Config system with Quinn “The Eskimo”, he was a programmer on
Metrowerks’ Java release and he also authored the most widely used FTP
server for the Macintosh, NetPresenz. Peter is a prolific author of
high-quality Macintosh software.
Combadge was written by Andrew Tomazos, an up and comming Macintosh
Stairways Shareware distributes software using the shareware principles:
try before you buy and minimal or no marketing costs. As a result shareware
costs a fraction of the price of most other commercial software.
Peter N Lewis (email@example.com)
Stairways Support (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Press Contact (email@example.com)
World Wide Web (http://www.stairways.com/)
Phone and FAX contact is not available.