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Brainstorming Utility Curio Gets Universal Binary

Brainstorming Utility Curio Gets Universal Binary

by , 12:00 AM EST, March 30th, 2006

Zengobi has released version 3.1 of its brainstorming and document management software Curio, adding native support for PowerPC and Intel processors as well as such new features as search term highlighting, idea space hoisting, better PDF display options, and more. Idea space hoisting involves selecting an idea space in the Organizer and then hoisting it so that the user is "rooted" to that idea space.

This is a free upgrade for all Curio 3.0 users. The full version is available in Professional, K-12, Home, and Basic editions, with prices starting at US$39. Mac OS X v10.3.9 is required for PowerPC processors, while the owners of Intel Macs will need v10.4.5.


Curio in action

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