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To: Cush who wrote (1640)1/10/2001 1:43:19 PM
From: caly
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Well, let's hope they know what they're doing. : )

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To: T.J. McIntosh who started this subject1/16/2001 2:14:39 AM
From: axial
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Hello Cush, Tom, thread - Back, I am.

Regards,

Jim

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To: axial who wrote (1642)1/16/2001 9:42:47 AM
From: Cush
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Hi Jim. Well as you know, the chart has been looking good.

I'm using my usual mix of fundamentals, charting and gut feeling.

But this time, with this one, I'm selling when it hits $94. <ggg>

Cush

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To: Cush who wrote (1643)1/16/2001 12:54:00 PM
From: Rampant
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In Light of the latest Telus deal This news can't be bad.Forms New Division To Focus on E-business / Data / Internet Market
Toronto, Ontario, Jan 16, 2001 (Market News Publishing via COMTEX) -- TELUS Corporation is pleased to announce the creation of TELUS Enterprise Solutions, reinforcing TELUS' commitment to leading the e-business solutions market in Canada.

With staffing levels of 2,800, TELUS Enterprise Solutions merges the operations and expertise of several successful TELUS organizations including:

- ISM Information Systems Management (B.C.) Corporation, (ISM-BC)

- SRI Strategic Resources Inc.

- TELUS Advanced Communications

- TELUS Geomatics, TELUS Innovative Billing Solutions

- Versalys

Led by president & CEO, Garry Rasmussen, TELUS Enterprise Solutions will target Canada's larger private and public sector organizations with a broad range of e-business service offerings.

"Combining TELUS Enterprise Solutions' broad range of proven systems development, integration and operations skills with TELUS' capabilities as Canada's second largest provider of communications services, creates a unique, market-leading offering to our current and future customers," said Rasmussen.

As a leading and comprehensive e-business services provider, TELUS Enterprise Solutions offers:

- customized e-business solutions

- custom network management and security solutions

- managed hosting and web site development for

business-to-business and business-to-consumer services

- ASP (Application Service Providers), CRM (Customer Relationship

Management) and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) services

- IT outsourcing services

- document services

- internal IT development and operations service support to TELUS.

TELUS Enterprise Solutions will manage international client relationships via TELUS International, a wholly owned subsidiary of TELUS Enterprise Solutions.

TELUS Enterprise Solutions is resident within the TELUS Client Solutions business unit. Client Solutions, based in Toronto, provides a single TELUS point-of-contact for large business, corporate and public sector enterprises. Client Solutions specializes in designing and providing customized e-business, IT, data, Internet Protocol and wireless service solutions.

TELUS Corporation (TSE: T chart, msgs; T.A; NYSE:TU) is one of Canada's leading telecommunications companies providing a full range of communications products and services that connect Canadians to the world. The company generated $5.9 billion in revenues in 1999 and is the leading service provider in Western Canada. TELUS also provides voice, data, Internet, advertising and wireless services to Central and Eastern Canada. With the purchase of QuebecTel and national digital wireless company Clearnet Communications Inc., TELUS is rapidly strengthening its position as a leading national service provider.

CONTACT: TEL: (604) 451-2503 Karen Dosanjh, TELUS Enterprise Solutions
Communications Manager

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To: Cush who wrote (1643)1/16/2001 10:21:05 PM
From: axial
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Well, Cush, I'll be selling long before it hits 65!

I've been trolling for some insight into what might be happening, and to be honest, I've come up dry. I can see a lot of small things, but nothing big, nothing I can put my finger on. Right now, it just looks like solid growth prospects: not rocketship growth, just slow, steady growth.

I'm not crazy about the big position being held by Goepel; I have the same feeling about them as I do about Canaccord - need I say more?

Infowave used to 'telegraph' news, something awful... you could see news coming a week ahead of the announcement. You just had to watch the Williams %R. I would be happier if the ship didn't leak so much: certainly, we all hated to be buying new BMWs for Canaccord insiders. I don't know if it's still the same: anybody have any comments?

Cautiously optimistic. The last runup to around $12 really was a spoof, and I'm watching for another manipulated run. Infowave certainly has a buzz around it again; I'm looking hard for the substance, and haven't been able to find anything yet.

Still dangerous, I think, until we see some broad-based buying to take out some of the smaller house's positions.

Reminds me a lot of a date with an old girlfriend... it's good to be back, but we don't want to see any of the old tricks that made us look elsewhere.

Maybe we'll finally find out what Seybold meant.

Best wishes,

Jim

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To: axial who wrote (1645)1/17/2001 12:10:30 PM
From: Rampant
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Hi Jim..What did Seybold say?
"Maybe we'll finally find out what Seybold meant."
Rampant

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To: Rampant who wrote (1646)1/17/2001 7:48:24 PM
From: axial
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Hi, Rampant - Since I got into IW, at around a dollar, Seybold has been saying Infowave would be bought out. He has always been high on the stock.

When the stock was in the 60's, a lot of us attached some significance to his words; though we couldn't see any direct evidence to confirm his statements, a lot of us imagined that he knew something we didn't: perhaps some Microsoft connection, perhaps this, perhaps that.

Since a year ago, not much has happened, with the possible exception of the Intel deal: mostly maturation, the shedding of the printer driver division, management changes. Slow, steady stuff, but nothing to knock your socks off.

"Maybe we'll finally find out what Seybold meant."

I hope we don't find out that he was wrong. >g<

Regards,

Jim

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To: axial who wrote (1647)1/17/2001 11:33:19 PM
From: Rampant
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Thanks Jim..I've been in for a few years as well. At this point I am still happy with the Company. If it should get bought out I will still be happy_LOL-Sticking with it for now.Rampant

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To: Rampant who wrote (1648)2/13/2001 11:01:46 AM
From: Cush
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Infowave halted. Pending news.

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To: Cush who wrote (1649)2/13/2001 11:12:57 AM
From: Cush
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Infowave announces final terms for $12.5 million offering

newswire.ca

BURNABY, BC, Feb. 13 /CNW/ - Infowave Software, Inc. (TSE: IW) today announced that it has entered into an underwriting agreement with Canaccord Capital Corporation and CIBC World Markets Inc. pursuant to a proposed public offering announced on January 29, 2001. The Company will issue 2,272,728 units (the "Units") at a price of $5.50 per Unit for gross proceeds of $12.5 million. In addition, the underwriters have indicated their intention to exercise a 15% over-allotment option for 340,910 Units. Total gross proceeds to the Company before commissions and expenses are expected to be $14.375 million.

The Company will file a final prospectus today with the securities commissions in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario. The transaction is expected to close on or about February 20, 2001.

Immediately following closing, each Unit will separate into one freely tradable common share (the "Common Share") and one-half of one Common Share purchase warrant (the " Warrant") of Infowave. Each whole Warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one Common Share for a period of 18 months from closing at a price of $7.15 per share.

The offered securities will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "U.S. Securities Act") and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to, or for the account or benefit of U.S. persons except in certain transactions exempt from the registration requirements of the U.S. Securities Act.

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