Jiggler 1.0 released by Stick Software

New freeware app for Mac OS X will keep your computer awake

Redwood City, CA, September 5, 2003 – Stick Software announced the release
of Jiggler, a little freeware utility for Mac OS X. Jiggler keeps your Mac
awake through those lengthy tasks when it would rather fall asleep, by
jiggling your mouse periodically. No more having to open System Preferences
to change your sleep time and your screensaver delay, only to have to
change them back again at the end. Just jiggle!

Jiggler joins Stick Software products such as PhotoReviewer, Eyeballs,
Trisection, Fracture, BigFoot, Measles, Aquatint and Constrictor. It is
freeware; if you like it, please check out our shareware products, and pay
for the shareware you use.

http://www.sticksoftware.com/software/Jiggler.html (Jiggler’s home page)
http://downloads.sticksoftware.com/Jiggler.dmg.gz (Direct download URL)

About Stick Software

Stick Software is a developer of top-quality shareware, freeware and
open-source products for Mac OS X. Our slogan is “Anti-Productivity Tools
for the Discerning User”. We want to make computers fun, friendly, easy and
aesthetic. Our software will probably never help you balance your
checkbook, do your taxes, schedule meetings, or write the Great American
Novel. But it will brighten your day – or so we hope.

As for the “discerning user” part, well, that’s up to you. But our hope is
that you will recognize that Stick Software is kind of a special company.
Unlike so many other companies, we place our trust in you to be honest and
pay for our software. And that makes your life easier. No cryptic 22-digit
license keys, no issues with proof of registration, no waiting for your key
to arrive so you can unlock the software you’ve already purchased.

We’re different because of our quality, too. Shareware and freeware often
have the reputation (sometimes deserved) for being flaky, buggy, and
ill-maintained. Stick Software bucks that image; we stand behind our
software’s quality 100%. We don’t release software with any (repeat, any)
known bugs. Wouldn’t it be nice if other software houses had this policy
too? Imagine, bug-free software…. And more: if we release a bug fix, or
even a feature upgrade, we wouldn’t dream of making you pay more money to
get it. Once a registered user, always a registered user. (What a concept!)

We’re here for you, the discerning user. If you find bugs, or want features
added, let us know. If you have ideas for great new products that fit in
with our philosophy, drop us a line.

For more information, visit http://www.sticksoftware.com