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StickyBrain 3.0


Chronos Releases StickyBrain 3.0, “Your Universal Note Manager”

Park City, Utah – November 11, 2004 — Chronos LC today announced the
release of StickyBrain 3, its third generation note manager for Mac OS X.
The all-new StickyBrain 3 has been completely rewritten in Cocoa and is the
premier universal note manager for Macintosh.


StickyBrain is like a really big drawer-users can just throw all their
notes and other information into it, then use the powerful Note Viewer to
retrieve anything with just one click. Users can now manage their digital
notes-from reminders and alarms to pictures, URLs and text. Everything is
instantly organized and searchable. StickyBrain will help users increase
productivity, save time, and gain unprecedented control over their


StickyBrain 3 starts where its predecessor left off. It sports a new
interface fashioned after Mac OS X Mail, so organizing notes into folders
and sub-folders is intuitive and easy. At the heart of StickyBrain 3 is a
commercial database engine for industrial-strength reliability and
performance. The Cocoa rewrite, professional database engine, and elegant
interface combine to provide users with a trusted and universal location
for all their miscellany.

StickyBrain 3 contains a wealth of new features and continues its
leadership position with numerous “industry firsts”:

* iPod synchronization with support for breaking long notes into multiple
linked parts-industry first

* Safari-inspired tabbed note viewing-industry first

* FlashNote menu bar tool to search and view notes from any
application-industry first

* Super-fast searching, a 50x improvement over StickyBrain 2

* Web page grabber grabs entire web pages with text, graphics, and links

* Link notes to other notes and contacts in the Mac OS X Address
Book-industry first

* The ability to email notes with nearly all popular email clients

* Grab and paste notes using Mac OS X Services, contextual menus and hot
keys-industry first

* Live Hyperlinks to web addresses, email addresses, files, and more

* New alarm viewer lets users review and manage multiple note alarms at
once-industry first

* Rich text, basic Microsoft Word, HTML, and Apple Stickies importing

* Full Unicode 4.0 support without any special setup requirements

* Calendars in 5 different sizes that can be inserted into notes-industry first

* To-do check boxes in 2 sizes and 4 formats that can be inserted into
notes-industry first

* Instant note summaries in the Note Viewer to quickly identify
notes-industry first

* Note sorting on over 10 different fields

* Built on rock-solid commercial database engine-industry first


Chronos believes users should have the opportunity to try the software for
free before they purchase. A fully functional 30 day trial version can be
downloaded from Chronos’ web site at ( StickyBrain has
been attractively priced at $39.99 and is available directly from Chronos.
Registered StickyBrain 1.x and 2.x customers can upgrade to version 3 for
only $25.

StickyBrain requires Mac OS X v10.3; 60MB of available disk space.


Chronos has been developing award-winning Macintosh software since 1993 and
is based in Park City, Utah, home of the 2002 Winter Games.

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