Whistling Cow Announces the Launch of its Second Productivity Software Tool: Whistler’s List

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The Whistling Cow product will showcase "to do" functions of KronoLog and feature effective information and practice management applications.

Whistling Cow is launching “Whistler’s List,” the second in its line of enhanced productivity software tools. Its first database software application, KronoLog, launched in April, 2005, has received six top awards and widespread acclaim as being the “information manager for the information age.”

Whistler’s List is a stand-alone application that showcases the functions of KronoLog. With minimum effort, it enables the user to establish clear priorities and act on them. This program is visually appealing, resizable and font changeable. It also features a drag and drop reordering of priorities, “any column” reordering, pick lists for activities, projects and clients, access to multiple databases and a daily list print function.

The application is designed from the point of view of a professional, typically an attorney, architect, or accountant who needs to process increasing amounts of information and act in accordance with established priorities. In the same way that KronoLog is focused on the user’s experiential point of view, Whistler’s List is designed to minimize the number of keystrokes needed for the entry and subsequent retrieval of “things” that need to be done. Typically, the user does not need to spend more than five minutes to develop an effective daily plan of action.

When asked why Whistling Cow was distributing Whistler’s List for free, Kipp Elliott Watson, Whistling Cow’s CEO, answered: “We are giving Whistler’s List away for free because we are confident that once people experience for themselves our vision for effective information and practice management, they will see that the tremendous benefit from using our premier award-winning product, KronoLog.”

Whistler’s List is available in two versions from http://www.whistlingcow.com. The freeware version has no time or usage limitation and is as fully functional as the commercial-free version that sells for $12.95 per single user license. The freeware version adds an item to the user’s to do list on a random basis, approximately once every twenty times the program is loaded. Typically the added item suggests that the user go to visit one of Whistling Cow’s Web sites to find out more about information management. When the commercial is deleted, the user’s internet browser is directed to the suggested website. The user is returned to Whistler’s List when the browser is closed or minimized.

About Whistling Cow:

Whistling Cow maintains Web sites at http://www.whistlingcow.com and http://www.kronolog.com. KronoLog and Whistler’s List are database software applications intended for use on Windows 98, 98SE, XP (home and professional), 2000 and NT platforms (trademarks of Microsoft Corporation). All copyright and trademark rights are reserved for these enhanced productivity tools.


Kipp Watson, CEO

Whistling Cow



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