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To: Green Receipt who wrote (40)7/26/1999 6:38:00 AM
From: DAY TRADER
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Anyone still holding here?

DT

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To: DAY TRADER who wrote (42)7/26/1999 8:30:00 AM
From: Green Receipt
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i sold out months ago

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To: Green Receipt who wrote (43)7/26/1999 8:53:00 AM
From: edde
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Still holding--Drop on low volume. Should bounce back to a reasonable level.

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To: Green Receipt who wrote (43)7/26/1999 2:05:00 PM
From: DAY TRADER
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Really? you think it could be time to sell soon?

DT

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To: DAY TRADER who wrote (45)7/27/1999 6:34:00 AM
From: Green Receipt
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no idea... but at one point if i remember right, walmart dropped their contract with them. thats about when the stock dived.....

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To: Green Receipt who wrote (46)7/27/1999 9:41:00 AM
From: JohnO
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Tuesday July 27, 9:17 am Eastern Time

Company Press Release

Company Agrees To Acquire Computing Concepts -
Gains Presence in NYC and Northeast

CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 27, 1999--Nucleus, Inc. (NASDAQ OTC-BB: NCLS), today announced that it had
entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Computing Concepts, Inc. (CCI), a premier provider of Information Technology
services based in East Rutherford, NJ. The agreement is contingent upon financing and is expected to close in the third quarter
of this year. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The acquisition reinforces Nucleus' commitment to build its expertise
in the e-solutions services space through the acquisition of talent rich, industry leading organizations.

CCI, founded in 1989, is a leading full service value added integrator to middle market companies in the NYC metropolitan
area. CCI offers a wide range of services including help desk, staff augmentation in most technical areas, training and network
design, implementation, hardware and software. CCI provides clients with true system integration from start to finish by offering
needs consultation, installation, integration, connectivity, networking, application and training solutions, and ongoing service and
support.

Based in East Rutherford, NJ, CCI has a staff of 100 and also manages operations of the Meadowlands Learning Center, a
state of the art facility providing customized and comprehensive IT course offerings for end users and technical personnel.

CCI had revenues of $29.9 million and $46.2 million in 1997 and 1998, respectively, with revenues of approximately $26.5
million for the five months ended May 31, 1999.

''CCI excels in providing the full spectrum of information services that middle market and high growth businesses currently
demand,'' said Nucleus President and Chief Executive Officer John Paulsen. ''Their ability to provide a single solution consisting
of consulting, system recommendation, installation, integration and ongoing service fits perfectly within the Nucleus business
model. The superior strengths of their organization will give us an immediate presence in the Northeast and will position us to
quickly grow throughout the entire region.''

''By joining Nucleus, we can now deliver a comprehensive and complete solution to our clients,'' said Mario Giacone, Jr.,
President of CCI. ''The Nucleus model will enable us to accelerate our movement from a service to a solution based
application, while at the same time giving us the opportunity to be instrumental in building a larger, national organization.''

CCI's clients are in a variety of industries including financial services, professional services, manufacturing and pharmaceutical.

CCI is the latest in a series of IT service firm acquisitions by Nucleus, and brings the total number of acquisitions to five since
April 15, 1999. CCI follows the announcements of Innovative Technology Solutions, Young Data Systems, EDW Computers
and Comp pro Computers.

Nucleus, based in Chicago, is an IT professional services organization that delivers Internet based technology solutions.
Nucleus' goal is to create competitive advantage for clients by leveraging Internet-based technology to improve and simplify
business processes, enhance services, lower total cost of technology ownership and shorten product and service cycle times.
With this acquisition, Nucleus will have eight (8) offices and one hundred fifty (150) employees.

The information contained in this press release, including any ''forward-looking statements'' within the meaning of Section 27A
of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 contained herein, should be reviewed in
conjunction with the Company's annual report on form 10-KSB and other publicly available information regarding the
Company, copies of which are available from the Company upon request. Such publicly available information sets forth many
risks and uncertainties related to the Company's business and such statements, including risks and uncertainties related to that
are unpredictable and outside of the influence and/or control of the Company.

Contact:

Nucleus, Inc.
Ted Hartley, 312/683-9000

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To: JohnO who wrote (47)9/24/1999 12:16:00 AM
From: JohnO
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Nearly a double in a week. Does anybody else own this stock?

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To: JohnO who wrote (48)9/24/1999 8:17:00 AM
From: edde
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Still holding.

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To: edde who wrote (49)9/28/1999 2:24:00 PM
From: JohnO
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Tuesday September 28, 12:01 pm Eastern Time

Company Press Release

The Nucleus Network -- Enhancing e-Business Solutions
with Intel Products and Technology

Providing Middle-Market Companies With Enhanced, Affordable, Scalable and High-Speed
Internet & Networking Connectivity and Professional Services

CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 28, 1999-- Nucleus, Inc. today announced that it is strengthening its commitment to
provide single source, high-level Internet based technology solutions to middle market companies with the Nucleus Network. By
working with companies like Intel, Nucleus will enhance its services to middle market customers ($50MM to $500MM). Nucleus
will immediately provide clients access to:

- The Intel Online Services program for server hosting.

The Intel Internet Solution Provider Service Program for Intel architecture-based WEB and ISP application servers and
VPN product solutions.
The Intel Advanced Solution Provider Program for Intel networking products.

Additionally, Nucleus will launch regional marketing and sales programs with Intel support to offer a complete source for
e-business solutions that help clients utilize the Internet to improve business processes. John Paulsen, President of Nucleus, said,
''We are excited to offer our customers a breadth of Intel products and solutions. Intel offers Nucleus the best mix of Internet,
networking and computing building blocks that will help enable our clients to take full advantage of the security, scalability and
integration associated with Intel architecture for today's connected Internet business computing environment.''

Headquartered in Chicago, Nucleus (NASDAQ OTC-BB: NCLS) designs, integrates and supports Internet based Network
solutions that transform the way middle market clients conduct business. Nucleus is the center of technology for businesses
seeking to migrate to an e-business model but lacking the discipline or expertise necessary to get them there. Delivering a single
source core technology solution that includes: Strategic IT Consulting, Infrastructure Design and Integration, Internet Access and
Remote Hosting Services, Nucleus gives clients the benefit of dealing with one partner to deliver multiple facets of an e- business
solution. Founded in 1984, Nucleus presently operates out of seven consulting office locations in Illinois, Colorado, Oregon and
Washington.

The information contained in this press release, including any ''forward-looking statements'' within the meaning of Section 27A of
the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 contained herein, should be reviewed in
conjunction with the Company's annual report on form 10-KSB and other publicly available information regarding the Company,
copies of which are available from the Company upon request. Such publicly available information sets forth many risks and
uncertainties related to the Company's business and such statements, including risks and uncertainties related to that are
unpredictable and outside of the influence and/or control of the Company.

Contact:

Nucleus
Jeff Lundal, 312/683-9000 ext 108
jlundal@enucleus.com

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To: JohnO who wrote (50)10/5/1999 11:49:00 AM
From: JohnO
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Nucleus Announces Business Plan To Provide a
Nationally Branded Single Source Technology Solution.

Company to emphasize the delivery of Internet based
technology solutions to middle market businesses.

CHICAGO, Il. – October 5, 1999 – Nucleus, Inc. today
announced the launch of a new business plan that
refines the mission of the organization and marks the
beginning of a new era in the company's life. Expanding
from an initial focus of a single technology, Nucleus will
now offer clients the benefits of dealing with a single
partner to deliver every facet of an enterprise wide
Internet solution.

Demand for the basic tools of the Internet –
infrastructure, access, hosting and network services is
surging. Revenues for e-commerce and Internet
services should reach $69 billion by 2003 vs. $19 billion
in 1998. It is also estimated that by 2003, 65% of all
US workers will be online. This rapid acceleration in
demand and the growing complexity of the
infrastructure needed has created a dramatic
opportunity.

Nucleus focuses on developing and implementing core
technology solutions that are centered on the benefits
of integrating Internet and Network technologies into a
clients business. A thorough understanding of the
client's needs combined with an in-depth understanding
of technology and e-business applications allow Nucleus
to offer innovative solutions focused on transforming
the way clients conduct business.

Responsible for researching, developing and launching
the new business plan is the new senior management
team, appointed in April of 1999, consisting of President
and CEO John Paulsen; Chief Financial Officer J.
Theodore Hartley; Vice President, North America Jeff
Lundal and Vice President, Business Development Mark
Fera,

"In order to truly offer value to our clients we need to
distinguish ourselves from our competitors and focus on
creating and delivering a single source network solution
that will enable the quick and efficient transformation of
business practices," said Paulsen during a recent
meeting at Nucleus' corporate headquarters. "A
company that can envision the future of technology,
engineer a solution based on that vision and then
deliver it to their client is one that will rapidly advance
into the future and consistently be viewed as a trusted
partner. In order for us to be that company, it was
necessary to chart a new direction and assemble the
leadership needed to get us there."

The Nucleus product and service offering is now focused
on all aspects of delivering an Internet based
technology solution to businesses that lack an
e-business structure. Growing nationally, but
maintaining a strong local presence, the company is
committed to maintaining an industry leading position
in specific markets by growing through acquisition.
Nucleus has made four strategic acquisitions since April
1999 and plans to continue its growth efforts throughout
the future.

Headquartered in Chicago, Nucleus (NASDAQ OTC-BB:
NCLS) designs, integrates and supports Internet based
Network solutions that transform the way middle market
clients conduct business. Nucleus is the center of
technology for businesses seeking to migrate to an
e-business model but lacking the discipline or expertise
necessary to get them there. Delivering a single source
core technology solution that includes: Strategic IT
Consulting, Infrastructure Design and Integration,
Internet Access and Remote Hosting Services, Nucleus
gives clients the benefit of dealing with one partner to
deliver multiple facets of an e-business solution.
Founded in 1984, Nucleus presently operates out of
seven consulting office locations in Illinois, Colorado,
Oregon and Washington.

The information contained in this press release,
including any "forward-looking statements" within the
meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933
and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
contained herein, should be reviewed in conjunction
with the Company's annual report on form 10-KSB and
other publicly available information regarding the
Company, copies of which are available from the
Company upon request. Such publicly available
information sets forth many risks and uncertainties
related to the Company's business and such
statements, including risks and uncertainties related to
that are unpredictable and outside of the influence
and/or control of the Company.

Contact: Jeff Lundal,
312-683-9000 ext. 108

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