A new version of Endnote has been released today:
Carlsbad CA, USA - August 25, 2006Curiously, the release says that the new version is "designed for Intel® Core(TM)" and that it combines "other features with the power of the Mac Intel Core."
Today, Thomson ResearchSoft (www.researchsoft.com), a business of The Thomson Corporation, announced the immediate availability of EndNote X for Mac OS X, the bibliographic management software used by millions of researchers, librarians and students.
What I find curious is that it does not use the all-important phrase "universal binary". Nor are there systems requirements listed to check and see if this release is for Intel processors only. I'll be looking for a report on what gives.
For me, I'm waiting for Bookends to go universal... please hurry.