Extensive New AppleScript Support Helps Customers Harness Yojimbo’s
Power For Use In Concert With Other Productivity Tools

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – January 9, 2007 – Macworld Conference and
Expo 2007, Booth #N4034 – Bare Bones Software, developer of
leading-edge power tools for Mac OS X, today released Yojimbo 1.4,
the effortless information organizer, with AppleScript support for
inter-application automation. Now customers can incorporate Yojimbo’s
power in concert with other productivity tools in an automatic

AppleScript is an English-like scripting language used for automating
the actions of the computer and the applications that run on it.
Scripts can make decisions based on user interaction or by parsing
and analyzing data, documents or events. Using AppleScript helps
people get more done in less time and with fewer mistakes.

Yojimbo 1.4 is also a maintenance release that fixes reported issues
and adds several significant refinements to this reliable, easy to
use information organizer.

“I find Yojimbo is a good way to keep my desktop organized, and that
makes me be, and feel more organized,” explained Chris Nandor, senior
developer for Slashdot. “And as of version 1.4, it’s now scriptable,
so I can write Perl and AppleScripts to create, find, and manage my

“Yojimbo is the tool that can help anyone master the onslaught of
digital daily life,” said Rich Siegel, founder and CEO of Bare Bones
Software. “With the addition of rich AppleScript support, Yojimbo
empowers our customers to use it at the core of any automated process
that our customers can devise, no matter how esoteric or complicated,
without adding UI complexity.”

Yojimbo 1.4 requires Mac OS X 10.4.3 or later. An update package is
available free of charge to all registered Yojimbo customers from the
Bare Bones Software web site:


Yojimbo Organizes Everything Else

Yojimbo empowers Mac users to manage, effortlessly and securely, the
onslaught of information encountered every day at work and at home,
even across multiple computers. Yojimbo stores different data types:
text notes, passwords, Web bookmarks, product serial numbers, PDFs,
and web archives.

Data input into Yojimbo follows familiar Mac user interface gestures
such as copy-and-paste, drag-and-drop, a Quick Input Panel, or PDF
Services from the Print menu. Searching and retrieval are
instantaneous, using either Yojimbo’s built-in search, or the
Spotlight search system in Mac OS X Tiger. If desired, Yojimbo will
encrypt data using the secure AES-256 algorithm standard.

Its simple, flexible storage system allows for personally-defined
organization of data. Support for Mac OS X’s Sync Services
synchronization provides back-up and data portability for .Mac
account holders, making irrelevant which computer was used to access,
add or modify an item stored in Yojimbo.

For more information on Yojimbo, or to download a fully functional
demo version, visit the company’s web site:


Pricing and Availability

Yojimbo is available today at a suggested retail price of US$39 for
an individual license; US$69 for a family-pack license for up to five
people in a single household; or US$29 for an educational license.
All licenses provide for .Mac synchronization of multiple computers.

Yojimbo may be purchased directly from Bare Bones Software. Site
license pricing is also available. For details please visit the
company’s web site at (http://www.barebones.com/store/), send email
to (sales@barebones.com), or call (781) 687-0700.

About Bare Bones Software, Inc.

Bare Bones Software, Inc. develops leading-edge power tools for the
Macintosh. The company’s passion for creating deeply functional
software with a clean, effective interface has earned it devotion
from Mac users worldwide. The company’s award-winning products
include BBEdit, a professional HTML and text editor, Mailsmith, an
extra-strength email client, and TextWrangler, a high-performance
plain text editor. The company’s expanding product family also
includes Yojimbo, an effortless information organizer, and Super Get
Info, a file and folder info utility. Bare Bones Software has been
crafting fine Mac software since 1993 and operates as a
privately-held corporation based in Bedford, MA. For more
information, visit (http://www.barebones.com/) or send email to

TextWrangler, Yojimbo, Super Get Info and the Bare Bones Software
logo are trademarks of, and BBEdit, Mailsmith and “It doesn’t suck”
are registered trademarks of Bare Bones Software, Inc. Copyright (c)
2007, all rights reserved. All other trademarks or registered
trademarks are the property of their respective owners.