Some reptiles can change their spots

With appropriate inspiration from Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, we'd like to say we're having the words "Don't Panic" inscribed onto our desks here at Syncleon.

Without being too cryptic, we want it on the record that we are officially the big daddy of Syncleon. And no, we don't need a Babelfish translation to prove it. Like all proud fathers we want the world to know about our baby's first steps and here's where all of the exciting news will be announced.

Definition of Syncleon: a morphing of synchronisation and chameleon — to sync the web in different ways. And we like to think of our desktop application as chameleon-like in that you'll hardly realise it's there, camouflaging highly-sophisticated code.

We think Syncleon's desktop application is the tool of power and simplicity for online content and will become the metaphor for Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster initially for Joomla!™, with plans to release it for Drupal and possibly other popular content management systems.

We know the web can be a complex place and that's why we've decided to step up and be counted. As some of you may already know, we are well known in open source land. We're currently committing for Eclipse and have been working as software developers at the United Nations.

So what does this desktop application do? Quite simply, it will allow you to log in to and edit multiple Joomla installations within one application. Very cool considering it will allow you to edit content offline and the changes will magically 'sync' the next time you reconnect to the Internet. Whether you're a blogger, storyteller or business and marketing person will determine how often you turn to Syncleon's desktop application to work your communication magic. Oh and did we mention that it won't matter if you're using Linux, Mac or Windows? Syncleon's desktop application will operate seamlessly on all modern platforms.

Stay tuned for more updates, exciting times are ahead of us!

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