Six Degrees Receives a Best of Show Award at Macworld
Press release from the issuing company
VANCOUVER, British Columbia--Jan. 14, 2002--Creo Products says that Six Degrees software -- a new product for the creative desktop -- was awarded the prestigious "Macworld Best of Show Award'' at the Macworld Conference and Expo held last week in San Francisco.
The Best of Show Awards were presented to the most exciting hardware and software products featured at the four-day Macworld exhibit. Jim Dalrymple, news director of MacCentral, and Kristina DeNike, lab director of Macworld selected this year's award recipients.
"We were very pleased to see the strong support Macintosh developers are showing for Mac OS X,'' said Dalrymple. "The Six Degrees product from Creo showcases the power of this revolutionary operating system.''
"I am overwhelmed by the incredible response to Six Degrees from the Macintosh community,'' said Mark Lemmons, director, Creative Software Group, Creo. "People recognize the power of Six Degrees as a genuinely new idea for the desktop.''
Other winners include Apple's revolutionary new iMac computer and its breakthrough iPhoto software for managing digital photos. Adobe was also honored for Adobe LiveMotion(TM) 2.0, an essential tool to help web designers create dynamic, interactive content in a variety of formats.
Creo launched Six Degrees on Jan. 8 at Macworld and plans to begin sales of the product beginning at Macworld New York in July 2002. European-language versions will follow in September.
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