Curio Wins an O'Reilly Mac Innovation Award
Curio 2.0 Delivers the Goods!
RALEIGH, NC — October 27, 2004 — Zengobi today announced that Curio 2.0 is the runner-up winner of the O'Reilly 2004 Mac Innovators Contest, U.S. category. Curio 2.0 is the latest version of Zengobi's environment for brainstorming and idea management which allows users to create freeform collages of text, outlines, checklists, multimedia and external files. Curio's idea spaces can also include content dragged-in from web browsers or from Sleuth, Curio's built-in Internet research assistant. In addition, users can sketch out their ideas with pressure-sensitive pens, and use the integrated dossier to help define project goals with customizable question-and-answer templates.
"We're honored to be selected for this award," said Zengobi co-founder George Browning. "Our goal was to create the most innovative and intuitive environment for idea development, and we are extremely flattered to win this award given all the other wonderful Mac applications out there."
The O'Reilly press release can be viewed at press.oreilly.com/pub/pr/1245.
User response to Curio 2.0's new features has been overwelmingly positive. Since its release on October 5th, Curio 2.0 has been one of the top downloads on Apple's Productivity Tools site, www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/productivity_tools.
Pricing and Availability
The Curio 2.0 release is available immediately for download from the Zengobi web site, www.zengobi.com. A single-user license key sells for US$129. Academic and volume discounts are available. Registered users of Curio 1.x can upgrade to Curio 2.0 for US$49. Users can also download and use Curio as a full-featured trial for 30 days. Full system requirements and more information on Curio can be found at www.zengobi.com/curio.
About Zengobi, Inc.
Zengobi produces amazingly innovative software for creative thinkers and design professionals only on the Macintosh. For more information about Zengobi, visit www.zengobi.com.
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