Lets's Talk Computers - Jasc  December 20, 2003
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Interview on December 20, 2003
Digital Photography Suites     Guest: Bonnie Hollenhorst
Jasc Software provides Windows-based tools for digital image editing and image management. Award-winning Jasc Software has entered the ranks of Inc. 500, Deloitte & Touche's Minnesota Technology Fast 50, and Deloitte & Touche's Technology Fast 500 listings.

Bonnie Hollenhorst, Product Marketing Manager for Jasc Paint Shop discusses Jasc's Paint Shop Power Suite -- Photo Edition. This powerful suite of products include:Jasc® Paint Shop Pro® 8, Jasc® Paint Shop Photo Album 4, Jasc® Paint Shop Xtras -- Creative Editions 1 & 2, and - Jasc® Animation Shop. Plus you get the book, Paint Shop Creations -- Demystifying Digital Photography along with over 75 product tours and 60 quick guide tutorials.
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