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To: Peter Shaw who wrote (813)11/14/1997 10:13:00 PM
From: Steve Pick
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Peter,

Can anyone ever say "ever".

Waiting for the dust to settle.

Steve

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To: Steve Pick who wrote (814)11/18/1997 12:32:00 PM
From: Kenneth V. McNutt
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Take a look at the TPRO thread. WNDR has joined with TPRO in y2k compliance on the factory floor. May be good for both. TPRO thread has great info available for mutual benefit. TPRO may be interested in your DD and vice versa. Luck K

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To: Kenneth V. McNutt who wrote (815)11/18/1997 6:27:00 PM
From: TokyoMex
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Boys !
My TPRO gonna make your WNDR a very rich soon.
Go check out TPRO and start at the RESEARCH site by one and only CK Houston.
You will be befuddeled, humbled, and awed by its implication.
Embedded front line factory y2k solution !
Go see why Wonderware, SquareD, AOC, VIAS, DDIM. MATRIGM, ACLY,Sun Oil and Unilever is asking TPRO to do their thing on the factory y2k>
Joe TPRO

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To: TokyoMex who wrote (816)11/18/1997 9:21:00 PM
From: Joey Rodems
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Can you please be less vague and explain what you are trying to say. As I see it TPRO will be another of many good WNDR partners. Tell us how TPRO differs from WNDR's other partners and how it will affect WNDR shareholders.

TIA.

-Joey

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To: Joey Rodems who wrote (817)11/20/1997 3:42:00 AM
From: TokyoMex
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Joey TPROs unique front end, Factory floor embedded chip solution, incorporated with their long systems integration business will open greater opportunity for WNDR in addressing the y2k market.
In other words mutual benefit.
TPRO will gain existing WNDR clients and their good reputation.
WNDR will gain plus rev from y2k issue using TPROs CD tool for assesment as well as remediation work.

As you know the y2k issue is real and imminent and TPROs strategy has been to get the word out as fast as it can.
WNDR alliance is a positive thing for both cos. TPRO also has joined with SquareD and Smart Group, which consists of VIAS, DDIM, MARTGM and ACLY to accommodate factory end of the total y2k package.
Also it recently was nominated as the y2k certifier by the (AOC) Aon Group.
TPRO has been in business since last 70s with existing clients in Fortune 100 from BA to MRK and they intends to use these past working relationship to access the y2k isse. Since TPRO is literally only one who is engaged in the factory floor, embedded chip, front end , which involves production and safety as well as inventory issues , it has found a unique niche in the field of y2k vendors, hence TPRO ceo is enjoying increased access to upper echelon of the client management.
Weve had a tremendous value gain of over 650% in last 6 months and according to the co 10q , s-8 and other news with ceos conf call, those on TPRO board thinks we are headed to much greater reward area in coming next 2 - 3 years. My personal desire and target is 45 a share by end 98.
Joey I strongly recommend you to read TPRO board and make sure you start at the TPRO Research Site before going into the main thread.
A Texan goddes named Cheryl Houston started the Research Site that surpasses any institutional research I have seen.

It might be prudent to invest in both WNDR and TPRO at this juncture and in fact this discussion took place among our selves and thats how I ened up here.

Good luck an if you have any more questions please address me via EM.
T0KY0 MEX@aol.com

Ciao
Joe TPRO

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To: TokyoMex who wrote (818)11/20/1997 8:52:00 PM
From: Rick Bullotta
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<<Factory floor embedded chip solution..>>

What the heck is that? <g> TPRO doesn't plan on evaluating silicon for Y2K compliance, and they certainly won't have a fix for it! They will do a good job of auditing (and, in many cases, fixing) the plant floor systems that the IT folks have simply ignored to date.

By the way, I work for WNDR. Thanks for the support for our joint Y2K initiative!

- Rick

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To: Rick Bullotta who wrote (819)11/21/1997 9:58:00 AM
From: Joey Rodems
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Shhhhhh. It's a new product from Frito-Lay, but because it is embedded consumers aren't supposed to know about it.

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To: Joey Rodems who wrote (820)11/21/1997 10:41:00 AM
From: Rick Bullotta
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<<new product from Frito-Lay>>

Well that would mean it was likely manufactured using WNDR software!!! (F-L is deploying InBatch & InTouch)

Cheers!

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To: Rick Bullotta who wrote (821)11/22/1997 7:52:00 PM
From: Gary Strike
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I'll stay away from any chips made with software. I prefer the crunchy ones.

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To: Gary Strike who wrote (743)11/22/1997 9:01:00 PM
From: John D. White
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<off subject>

Anybody going to call me at 17 1/2?

Amasing how they do that isn't it? Puts and calls worthless.

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