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A WorkLife FrameWork: December Discount

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  • Subject: [mg84089] A WorkLife FrameWork: December Discount
  • From: dreiss at scientificarts.com
  • Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2007 04:33:40 -0500 (EST)

A WorkLife FrameWork:  E x t e n d i n g MATHEMATICA's Reach...

For the month of December I am offering a $25 discount on the price of
a license to A WorkLife FrameWork.

Single User License Special Discount price: $125 (usually $150)

Academic, Student, or Retiree Special Discount price: $75: (usually
$100)

To receive the discounted price please use the following URL:
http://scientificarts.com/worklife/purchase/december2007.html

Compatible with Mathematica 6.0, since its release, A WorkLife
FrameWork is also compatible with Mathematica 5.2 and 5.1.

Mathematica is far more than a powerful environment for technical work
and discovery. A WorkLife FrameWork extends Mathematica's reach so
that it becomes the focal point for your larger creative work.

With the next release of A WorkLife FrameWork there will be a price
increase.  However, upgrades to the new version will continue to be
free for all license holders of this and earlier versions.

Download it at:
http://scientificarts.com/worklife/purchase/download/licenseagreement.html

View Screen Casts at:
http://scientificarts.com/worklife/screencasts/

Read Testimonials at:
http://scientificarts.com/worklife/testimonial.html

See Screen Shots at:
http://scientificarts.com/worklife/screenshots/index.html

Read the Blog (created directly from A WorkLife FrameWork) at:
http://scientificarts.com/worklife/wlfwblog/

Email for any and all questions: info at scientificarts.com (I answer
quickly!)

A fully functional 15 day trial password is available: please give it
a try!



A WorkLife FrameWork is a broad, customizable, creative tool set tuned
to the varied ways that practicing Scientists, Engineers, and
Mathematicians work.

A WorkLife FrameWork exposes the poetntial of the Mathematica
FrontEnd: it is the "desktop for Mathematica"

A sampling of its continually expanding repertoire includes the
following.

** Palette- and dialog-oriented interface with 42 Palettes with a
simple navigation system

** Create Journals/Diaries/Laboratory notebooks containing arbitrary
technical and other content

** Create, organize, and track ToDos within Diaries

** Automatically perform computations on data that you have entered
into notebooks

** Automatically create reports and extract content from material
arbitrarily located within notebooks

** Create supporting applications with a Mathematica-native Database
language with a simple GUI interface

** Blog from within Mathematica using its full graphical and technical
typesetting capabilities

** Email from within Mathematica--keep emails with the work that is
relevant to them and maintain notes for these emails

** Tag and extract information from Mathematica Notebooks in arbitrary
ways

** Define and automatically open sets of files (notebooks, URLs,
Documents in other applications)

** Backup your work with added commentary for Notebooks and Diaries

** Password Protect and Encrypt Notebooks and Diaries

** Read RSS feeds through Mathematica; search search engines from
Mathematica

** Define reusable templates for complex Notebook entries and define
templates for Diaries/Journals

** Palette driven access to all style sheets and Notebook styles
including hidden styles

** Track favorite Notebooks, Diaries, and Packages

** Track cell execution: Save aspects of the state of a Mathematica
session;

** Full functional access with 700+ new functions and parameters.

** And Very Much more...

*Scientific Arts, LLC is not affiliated with Wolfram Research Inc.;
MATHEMATICA(R) a is a registered trademark of Wolfram Research, Inc.


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