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To: Investor Communications Co who wrote (51)8/9/1999 9:37:00 AM
From: Madeleine Harrison
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(COMTEX) Management's Discussions: 10QSB, ZEROS & ONES INC
Management's Discussions: 10QSB, ZEROS & ONES INC

(Edgar Online via COMTEX)
Company Name: ZEROS & ONES INC
(SYMBOL:ZOZO)

MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OF RESULTS OF OPERATIONS AND
FINANCIAL CONDITION

BACKGROUND

During the fiscal quarter ended June 30, 1999, management caused
the Company to enter into plans of reorganization, asset purchase, and
exchange agreements to acquire six small private Internet technology
and media companies. The acquisitions closed effective July 1, 1999.
The Company's financial statements as of and for the period ending June
30, 1999 do not reflect the assets or operations of those companies.

RESULTS OF OPERATIONS FOR THE THREE MONTH PERIOD IN 1999 COMPARED TO
THE SAME

PERIOD IN 1998

The Company had no revenues for the three month period ending June
30, 1999 nor the three month period ending June 30, 1998. The Company
incurred no operating expenses in the three month period in 1999 or
1998. The Company had no profit or loss from operations in the three
month period ending 1999 or 1998.

RESULTS OF OPERATIONS FOR SIX MONTH PERIOD ENDED JUNE 30, 1999
COMPARED TO THE

SAME PERIOD IN 1998.

The Company incurred operating expenses of $14,450 and earned no
revenues during the six months ended June 30, 1999 and incurred no
operating expenses and earned no revenue during the same period ending
June 30, 1998. Profit/loss for the six month period ending June 30,
1999 was ($14,450) as compared to ($202,326) in the same period in
1998. The loss in the six months ending June 30, 1998 resulted from the
Company writing off tax benefits previously anticipated to be
available.

LIQUIDITY AND CAPITAL RESOURCES

The Company has no working capital deficit as of June 30, 1999. As
of June 30, 1999, the Company has no tangible assets and no
liabilities. Effective July 1, 1999, the Company completed the
acquisition of several small, private Internet technology and media
related companies, as reported in the Company's Report on Form 8-K
dated July 7, 1999. As a result of the acquisition, the Company will
need substantial capital to implement the business plans of the newly
acquired subsidiaries. The Company plans to attempt to obtain the
capital in a private placement of its common stock. There is absolutely
no assurance the Company will be able to raise any additional capital
or financing, which could substantially hinder the Company's ability to
implement its business plan. Additional information regarding the newly
acquired businesses is included in the Company's Report on Form 8-K
dated July 7, 1999.



(c) 1995-1999 Cybernet Data Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.



Received by Edgar Online: Aug. 09, 1999



CIK Code: 0000845807
SEC Accession Number: 0001072588-99-000072

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*** end of story ***

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To: Madeleine Harrison who wrote (52)8/9/1999 7:48:00 PM
From: Rollcast...
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Try again, Madeleine... "The acquisitions closed effective July 1, 1999. The Company's financial statements as of and for the period ending June 30, 1999 do not reflect the assets or operations of those companies.".

*** that was from the first paragraph of your post ***

Now if ZOZO's next quarter's 10Q reads that way...

ps: I'm long ZOZO. Are you short?

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To: Rollcast... who wrote (53)8/9/1999 9:01:00 PM
From: Madeleine Harrison
   of 79
 
You know, Rollcast, you lucked out -- I am too tired to express my crankiness with your post to me. And even more fortunately for you,
we share a passion for fishing and a concern for the innocents of our world, so I will abstain from indulging my crankiness.

biz.yahoo.com

Do you not watch for news on stocks which you own? Do you not
have an alert account at EDGAR?

Why would you think me short? Because I posted precisely
what was on the news wire, without comment?
Is it not the ultimate value to a stock thread to inform?

Good fishing to you, interstellar tripster,

-Madly


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To: Madeleine Harrison who wrote (54)8/9/1999 11:51:00 PM
From: Rollcast...
   of 79
 
Woops, sorry Madly. Meant not to inspire crankiness.

Just pointing that the last Q, having ended the day prior to the formation of ZOZO, would not be an accurate indication of their financial condition and that it in no way said "end of story" (which I took as a comment).

Actually interested in a short's view of ZOZO - all viewpoints are welcome.

Your absolutely right - the ultimate value to a stock thread is to inform, knowledge is power, keep hope alive, yada yada...

And good fishing to you.

PS: Ever catch a false albacore?


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To: Rollcast... who wrote (55)8/10/1999 3:30:00 AM
From: Madeleine Harrison
   of 79
 
PS: Ever catch a false albacore?

How would I know, if it's not what it seems? ;-)


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To: Madeleine Harrison who wrote (52)8/10/1999 6:34:00 PM
From: Carlson_at_RB
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If I'm not mistaken you just posted the business activities of the "shell" corporation CLMI which basically merged with the private company Zeros & Ones (reverse merger). The statement does not reflect the business activities of Zeros & Ones (ZOZO).

This company could be compared to Marimba, a competitor. I believe ZOZO has better financial strength and a larger market share than Marimba. Since it was held privately prior to July 1, 1999. We will have to wait for their next financials. Marimba has a market cap of 500M. ZOZO market cap is less than 100M. IMO they will have no trouble finding an investor for a private placement to help pay for aquisitions. I can easily see a $30-50+ price for this stock this year. Not to mention the 130K float and short positions. I also feel that they will have no trouble finding a banker to come on board. Once this story unfolds, this stock will show huge gains IMHO.

Carlson

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To: Carlson_at_RB who wrote (57)8/10/1999 11:17:00 PM
From: Rollcast...
   of 79
 
GO Carlson! I agree with that assessment entirely. I have been using comps of NVDM, USWB, and MRBA. When I compare the three to ZOZO, only MRBA seems to match up well.

If ZOZO had gone public via IPO it would probably have a market cap of 500 million already. Instead we get to get in down hear because of some good footwork and research.

My compliments on NPTK, thx for the pick, it's been my best performer in this horrid market. I also noticed that these 2 (NPTK and ZOZO) have the same IR firm... may bode well for both.

Good Investing!

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To: Rollcast... who wrote ()8/11/1999 11:31:00 AM
From: Investor Communications Co
   of 79
 
Zeros & Ones Inc. Announces New Partners for Its FineItems.COM Retail Web Portal

FineItems.COM, Continuing Success with Amazon.com Auctions, Adds Links to eToys.com, Beyond.com, CBS Sportsline and Many Other Online Venues

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 11, 1999-- Zeros & Ones Inc.'s (OTC BB:ZOZO) retail Web portal, FineItems.COM, recently named one of the first online stores to offer items for bidding at Amazon.com Auctions (Nasdaq:AMZN - news), has established affiliate links to more than 25 noncompetitive online retailers, including eToys.com (Nasdaq:ETYS - news), Beyond.com (Nasdaq:BYND - news) and CBS Sportsline (NYSE:CBS - news).

Wednesday's announcement was made by Robert Holtz, chief executive officer and chairman of Zeros & Ones, the definitive global source for products and services geared to the convergence of the Web, interactive and digital TV, electronic games, and emerging entertainment platforms.

``We've been getting phenomenal response to our FineItems.COM products not only from consumers of Amazon.com Auctions but also from industry watchdog groups like PublicEye and the Better Internet Bureau,' Holtz noted.

``That credibility has greatly helped our ability to forge these new relationships with a host of shopping sites spanning the gamut of product categories.'

FineItems.COM (www.fineitems.com), which offers high-quality collectibles and executive gifts, was recently platinum certified by PublicEye, which is regarded by many as the ``Good Housekeeping Seal of the Internet,' and also earned the highest rating from Amazon.com Auctions customers.

In addition to eToys.com, Beyond.com and CBS Sportsline, FineItems.COM allows shoppers to directly access PC Flowers & Gifts, ArtSelect Framed Prints, NextCard Visa (OTC BB:VIIS), Candy Direct, Fragrance.Net, ArtSelect, Nature's Pharmacy, 7thStreet.com, Seattle's Finest Coffee, American Spice, Lobster Net, Omaha Steaks, Decor Linens & Gifts, Bed and Bath, Countdown Clocks, SmokeShop Cigars, Optical Site, CarPrices.com, MagMall.com, OakNet Publishing.com, FoundMoney.com and Greeting-Cards.com.

Zeros & Ones (www.zerosones.com), founded in 1994 and based in Los Angeles, is focused on content development and technical consulting services and applications for the Internet, digital television and electronic-commerce businesses.

Zeros & Ones generates revenues by developing industry-shaping Web environments, providing direct-to-consumer retailing solutions, and developing technologies for integration into software and hardware products.

This news release contains forward-looking statements, including but not limited to, those that refer to the company's plans for future exchange listings, or future development plans or operating results that are made pursuant to the safe-harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements involve a number of risks and uncertainties.

Actual results could differ materially from those anticipated due to risk factors that include, but are not limited to, lack of timely development of products and services by the company; lack of market acceptance of products, services and technologies; inadequate capital; adverse government regulations; competition; lack of operating experience; inability to earn revenue or profits; dependence on certain individuals; inability to obtain or protect intellectual property rights; risks associated with customer concentration; inability to obtain NASDAQ Small Cap Market or any other listing for the company's securities; lower sales and higher operating cost than expected; technological obsolescence of the company's products; limited operating history; and risks inherent in the entertainment, telecommunications and Internet markets and business.

NOTE: Zeros & Ones Inc. trades on the OTC Electronic Bulletin Board under the symbol ``ZOZO.'

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Contact:

Bender/Helper Impact (media)
Les Luchter, 212/689-6360
Les_Luchter@bhimpact.com
or
Investor Communications Co. (investors)
Mark Elenowitz, 301/947-8010
webmail@iccinfo.com

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To: Carlson_at_RB who wrote (57)8/20/1999 10:50:00 AM
From: Investor Communications Co
   of 79
 
Zeros & Ones, Inc. to Take Part in Historic Singapore Technology Trade Mission

Convergent Media Company to Help Forge Business Alliances With Asian Nation

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 20, 1999--Zeros & Ones, Inc. (OTC BB:ZOZO) President Steve Schklair announced today that the convergent media company is one of eight U.S. firms participating in a ten-day trade mission from August 20-29 to assist in Singapore's efforts to connect every household and business in the nation to the Internet by the end of next year. Called ``IT Mission '99,' the delegation of U.S. Internet content companies is being led by the Singapore American Business Association (SABA) of Southern California, a non-profit association established at the request of Singapore's former Ambassador to the United States to create stronger trade ties between the two countries.

``We are extremely excited to have Zeros & Ones participating in this project, because it represents the cutting edge in the convergence of e-commerce and other Internet-related technologies,' stated Ken August, an international business attorney who is director and vice president. of SABA Southern California. ``The background and experience that Mr. Schklair brings to the trip fully complements the other delegates and will assist Singapore in its goal of becoming a regional Internet hub for Asia in the coming century.'

The delegation will meet with U.S. and Singapore government agencies, as well as with capital companies, as part of the first trade mission of its kind ever sponsored by the Southern California SABA.

According to Mr. August, Singapore's Internet grid is being rapidly completed, yet the nation is short on content and content providers for the service.

Therefore, the U.S. team will address issues of content creation and delivery, along with helping to establish plans for vertical portals for the Web. Each company in the delegation will have an opportunity to present its products and services to an audience of Singapore government officials, business owners and technology leaders.

Also representing Zeros & Ones on the trip will be financial advisor Alan Stone, managing director of Los Angeles-based Alan Stone and Company LLC (www.alanstone.com) who will help structure any company financial arrangements which may arise as a result of the mission.

``We're pleased to be part of the Zeros & Ones team seeking joint ventures, product deals, strategic alliances with the leading technology companies in Singapore, as well as potential financing,' Mr. Stone said, ``and are excited about potential opportunities for great success.'

Zeros & Ones (www.zerosones.com) is the definitive global source for products and services geared to the convergence of the Web, interactive and digital TV, electronic games and emerging entertainment platforms. Founded in 1994 and based in Los Angeles, the company is focused on content development and technical consulting services and applications. Zeros & Ones generates revenues by developing industry-shaping Web environments, providing direct-to-consumer retailing solutions, and developing technologies for integration into software and hardware products.

This news release contains forward-looking statements, including but not limited to, those that refer to the company's plans for future exchange listings, or future development plans or operating results that are made pursuant to the safe-harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements involve a number of risks and uncertainties.

Actual results could differ materially from those anticipated due to risk factors that include, but are not limited to, lack of timely development of products and services by the company; lack of market acceptance of products, services and technologies; inadequate capital; adverse government regulations; competition; lack of operating experience; inability to earn revenue or profits; dependence on certain individuals; inability to obtain or protect intellectual property rights; risks associated with customer concentration; inability to obtain NASDAQ Small Cap Market or any other listing for the company's securities; lower sales and higher operating cost than expected; technological obsolescence of the company's products; limited operating history and risks inherent in the entertainment, telecommunications and Internet markets and business.

Zeros & Ones, Inc. trades on the OTC Electronic Bulletin Board under the symbol ``ZOZO'.

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Contact:

Media
Bender/Helper Impact
Les Luchter
(212) 689-6360
Les_Luchter@bhimpact.com
or
Investors
Investor Communications Company
Mark Elenowitz
(301) 947-8010
webmail@iccinfo.com.

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To: Rollcast... who wrote (58)9/1/1999 3:42:00 PM
From: Carlson_at_RB
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ZOZO up 65 cents on 1.6K volume. Can you possibly imagine what this stock will do on 50K volume? 100K volume? 500K volume? Makes your palms sweat doesn't it. We might get that kind of volume in the near future. Just need to get the word out. Gave this as my pick for the month to traderssource.com. I think it might be better than NPTK and I'm very long that stock. "Stock of the Month" site likes this one too. Look for it to be their stock of the month very soon IMO. Going to be a nice month indeed.

Carlson

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