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Version 1.1 of A WorkLife FrameWork now available

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  • Subject: [mg74443] Version 1.1 of A WorkLife FrameWork now available
  • From: "David Reiss" <dbreiss at gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2007 02:55:01 -0500 (EST)

Version 1.1 of A WorkLife FrameWork now available


Just a note to the folks reading this newsgroup that version 1.1 of A
WokLife FrameWork is now available at http://scientificarts.com/worklife.

A 15 day trial version is available. 

A small subset of its capabilities include:

** Create Journals/Diaries containing arbitrary technical and other
content
** Blog from within Mathematica using its full graphical and technical
typesetting capabilities
** Create, organize, and track relevant ToDos within Diaries
** Mathematica-native Database language with GUI interface
** Email from within Mathematica--keep emails with the work that is
relevant to them
** Backup functions along with commentary for Notebooks and Diaries
** and a considerable amount more (http://scientificarts.com/worklife/
documentation)

A WorkLife FrameWork is compatible with Mathematica 5.1 and 5.2 and
will be compatible with the next version of Mathematica  When
released, there will be a free upgrade for all purchasers.

The price is quite low: $149.95, and $99.95 for academics and students
(all versions are identical).

Take a look at it though the trial version, and learn about it through
its extensive documentation and the screencasts on the WorkLife web
site.

Built by a Mathematica user and Scientist for all Mathematica users.



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