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To: justaninvestor who wrote (26)4/4/1998 1:38:00 AM
From: j.oil
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It looks like they have completed the name change on yahoo finance they have the new ticker symbol jaww
regards j.oil

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To: Moonglow who wrote (27)4/4/1998 11:35:00 AM
From: saltbox
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Hi, Juanita. I don't know why your name didn't register before because I've been "hangin' around" this site for about 6-7 weeks wondering when (not if) I should start Investing in JAWW (so that's the ticker?). Looks like the time may be now. I like the increase in volume. I've only been in pennys for about 2 weeks and (behold,behold) I'm actually in the plus column as you are (we own some of the same BBs). But enough "off topic" banter. I've been keeping a close watch on this one because this is technology I can understand--or, rather, I can appreciate the problem JAWS is addressing: encryption is "hot" right now because "unauthorized entry" has become a problem that must be addressed NOW. If the JAWS solution is what they claim (why else put up the $5 mil?) serious competition is ahead for the likes of AXNT,CYBG,SCUR,etc. One last point: in reading numerous threads,I've noticed MMs being trashed as "scum" and worse. I disagree. They know as much (or more) about a company as we do and, with correct interpretation, we can use their actions to our advantage. After all, they're lookin' to make a buck, too.

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To: j.oil who wrote (28)4/4/1998 2:08:00 PM
From: Joe Copia
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Thanks for the heads up on the ticker change. Do you know the OS and float?

Joe PTG&LI !!!

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To: saltbox who wrote (29)4/4/1998 2:28:00 PM
From: Moonglow
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Hi Saltbox!

I like the increase in volume too. And, like you, I figure that they must be pretty sure of their technology to put up the $5 Million reward if anyone can crack their code. AND what's even nicer is that I recently learned that the $5 million is being insured. Now I figure that if some one looked at the tech and was willing to put up the risk to insure it, then they must've liked it too!

I'm really pumped about the symbol change. Maybe that's why the increase in volume happened the past few days.

About the mm's. I agree with you. They're out to make money too. However, many times in order for them to make money, WE have to lose money, so that's why they are favorite targets for bashing.

Do you really think that they know as much about a stock as we do?
I mean, don't mm's have to cover a lot of companies? I was under the impression that they just basically followed the tape.

I think that with the symbol change that probably a new thread will also begin so be prepared to type in the symbol JAWW on your search ticker next week and then maybe we can continue the discussion over there too.

Juanita

P.S. I see you're in DGIV too. Yeah, I'd say we're on a little bit of the plus side with that one. <g> Hey! That was a nice answer that you gave that 12 year old.

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To: Joe Copia who wrote (30)4/4/1998 2:35:00 PM
From: Moonglow
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Hey Joe!

I'm glad to see you on here! I did know the shares outstanding but for the life of me, I can't remember now. Hopefully someone else on here can answer your question about that. If not, I'll be able to find out on Monday for you.

About the float....I've heard that the majority of shares are being held by insiders. And although I can't confirm this, I've also heard that they have no intentions of selling. I can't confirm this next either, but I've heard that the float is less than 100,000 shares right now. Pretty low float, if that's true.

Juanita

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To: Moonglow who wrote (32)4/4/1998 7:42:00 PM
From: justaninvestor
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Joe and all - outstanding shares about 6.8M, not sure of float but it's tight. I'm going to start a Jaws thread right now - unless someone has beat me to it.

Regards

bbruin

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To: justaninvestor who wrote (33)4/5/1998 12:59:00 AM
From: Moonglow
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bbruin,

Thanks for the info on the outstanding shares, and also thanks for starting the JAWS thread. I sure do wish that they had gotten the symbol JAWS so that it would match the thread. But having the symbol JAWW isn't too bad.

I'll put JAWS into my search box right now and go and see what you have written.

Thanks again!

Juanita

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To: Moonglow who wrote (31)4/5/1998 9:53:00 AM
From: saltbox
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Thanks for your kind words. As for the MMs: I would think the first thing they would have to figure out with a company is whether it was a lump of coal or a diamond, and then try to make the market believe the opposite. As long as the stock is heading north they buy high and sell higher. But when the pause comes, look out. I guess it boils down to DD: if you've done it you feel confident; if not, you panic. Someone out there knows this stuff, and can keep us informed when the games start with JAWW. I hope. Now, if I could figure out how to make this goldurn machine do paragraphs, this might be easier to read. Anyway, back to JAWW. Very assuring that the $5mil is insured; as you pointed out, the ins.co. wouldn't put that kind of money at risk for a small(?) premium. Question: is a "firewall" just another word for encryption? Cyberguard was up on very heavy volume Friday, either because their "firewall" won an award, or they are going to be taken over, which seems to be happening alot these days. Which seems to make JAWW even more attractive on its' own, and (dare I say?) takeover candidate.Cyberguard takeover is just rumor at this point. But if the JAWW encryption tool is as claimed, I can't believe this puppy will be allowed to run around loose for long.

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To: saltbox who wrote (35)4/5/1998 1:07:00 PM
From: Moonglow
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Saltbox,

Very interesting that you brought up the thought of a takeover. I like those thoughts! Keep 'em coming! <g>

As to your firewall question....once again...someone else is going to have to answer that one. I get SOOOO frustrated that I just don't have any time to do any research on anything right now....but that's just the way it is for the time being. That'll change though. Soon, I hope!

We're now on a different thread. Put JAWS into your searchbox and you'll find us.

It was also very interesting what you said about the MM's. And like you, I imagine that there is someone out there who knows this stuff and hopefully that someone will see fit to buy JAWW and then keep us informed. With the float on JAWW being low, the action could get interesting to watch. I am REALLY curious to see what, if anything, will happen on Monday.

Juanita

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To: Cain who wrote (17)4/7/1998 11:29:00 AM
From: Tanner Malone
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**OFF TOPIC** Testing

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