Seattle, WA — September 17, 2007 — PowerSurge Publishing has just
released iWisdom version 1.50. The user interface has had a major overhaul,
with the addition of a split pane that allows a list of quotations to be
seen side-by-side with the details of a particular, selected quotation.
File backup and revert commands have also been added, to make it easier to
save and optionally restore a selected version of a wisdom collection. The
program’s ability to import quotations from existing free-form text files
has also been improved.

iWisdom is a program that manages a collection of quotations or other brief
insights. The program tracks a rich set of data fields concerning each bit
of wisdom, including author, source, year of publication, title and
category. iWisdom allows you to view wisdom in a list view (with optional
sort fields), a category view, an edit view, and a display mode, which you
can use to randomly display a new quotation at set intervals. iWisdom
stores its data in the wisdom XML format, and can publish a wisdom
collection in HTML using a series of included XSL templates and cascading
style sheets. A sample of the results can be seen at

iWisdom is written in Java and is available for all major computing
platforms, including Mac OS X, Windows, and virtually all versions of Unix.
A fully functional version of the program can be downloaded from the
PowerSurge Publishing Web site, at ( iWisdom
is freeware. See the company Web site for further information.