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   Technology StocksGRU: Is Answers.Com ......The next Google


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To: M0NEYMADE who wrote (1)2/14/2005 3:01:45 PM
From: M0NEYMADE
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Hot Emerging Tech Companies GuruNet, Lumera, I-Sector, Verilink, Tech Team Global and Others to Present at ValueRich Small-Cap Expo in Palm Beach

ValueRich Small-Cap Financial Expo 2005

PALM BEACH, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 14, 2005--The reemerging tech sector will be well represented at the ValueRich Small-cap Financial Expo, March 9-12, 2005, in Palm Beach, Florida -- including the company behind the hottest new search engine to attract Wall Street's attention since Google:

GuruNet (AMEX: GRU) operates the hot new search engine, Answers.com, delivering snapshot, multi-faceted definitions and explanations from credible, attributable reference sources on over one million topics in their database, reducing the overload and frustration of Internet users trying to locate high-quality reference information.

Lumera Corporation (NASDAQ:LMRA) is an emerging leader in the field of nanotechnology. The company designs proprietary molecular structures and polymer compounds for a broad range of bioscience, electro-optic, RF and specialty applications. The company has amassed significant patents, trade secrets and proprietary methods/processes for fabricating such devices.

I-Sector Corporation (AMEX:ISR) provides network infrastructure and Cisco-centric Internet protocol (IP) telephony solutions, implementation and support services for enterprises. I-Sector is a "Gold" level partner with Cisco, allowing it to receive the best possible pricing discounts and incentive programs that Cisco offers.

Verilink (NASDAQ:VRLK), a WAN access solutions provider for network services to connect enterprise customers over broadband access. The company is worldwide market share leader for ATM/DSL IAD units, offering a wider range of interoperability than any IAD product provider. Verilink is also featured in the current issue of ValueRich magazine.

Tech Team Global (NASDAQ: TEAM), a world market leader for outsourced, multilingual help desk services and specialized IT solutions deployed through a single point of contact (SPOC) delivery model.

The ValueRich Small-cap Financial Expo will be held in the new Palm Beach County Convention Center occupying the main exposition hall and two floors of meeting rooms, making it the largest small-cap financial event ever held.

The CEO and executive teams from hundreds of Small-cap public companies will participate in this event -- the first to offer a unique format combining three days of leadership level business development with traditional financial presentations before thousands of research analysts, fund managers, investment bankers, investors, accountants, attorneys and the financial press.

Executives and attendees will spend the final day of the conference at a ValueRich hosted golf tournament and 19th-hole closing party on the Champion course at the PGA Resort and Spa in Palm Beach Gardens.

Sponsors for the small-cap expo include New York based broker-dealer Maxim Group, Steinway Musical Instruments (NYSE:LVB), Bombay Sapphire, EDGAR Online (NASDAQ:EDGR), Business Wire, Bigdough, Jacuzzi Brands (NYSE:JJZ), U.S. Global Investors, Inc. (NASDAQ:GROW), WStreet.com, FinancialContent Inc. (OTCBB:FCON), Royale Energy Inc. (NASDAQ:ROYL), American Business & Professional Programs, Inc., GEVRIL Fine Swiss Timepieces Since 1758, and Broad and Cassel Attorneys at Law.

Visit www.vrexpo.net to view a regularly updated list of participating presenting companies and register for attendance.
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From: M0NEYMADE2/14/2005 3:05:40 PM
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(GRU) $22ish close | OS 4.57M

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From: Brasco One3/2/2005 11:35:11 AM
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we went after GRU heavily when dreamers were running it in the 20s. we dont like the compnay, we dont like INCX..

just new names, same old turds.

next goog? thats what i'm talking about super suckers..

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To: Brasco One who wrote (4)3/3/2005 11:46:04 AM
From: Brasco One
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INCX melting further today..cant even stay over $10.. all the hyspters behind including blue h2o have been wiped out and no one is defending the piece of junk.

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To: Brasco One who wrote (5)3/3/2005 12:15:10 PM
From: Brasco One
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INCX now $10s..ouch for all the bagholders.

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To: Brasco One who wrote (6)3/4/2005 4:50:09 PM
From: Brasco One
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INCX at $11. not too long ago it was trading at $31. Si's resident hypster Blue H2O was telling you to buy the junk over $30.

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To: Brasco One who wrote (7)3/4/2005 4:55:43 PM
From: Brasco One
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staright from hypsters mouth...

To my friends on the G&V, INCX is the one to own for 2005.

All I ever called for was $20. Not my fault it went to 30.

I bought some at 28. Darn, never sold any at 30. But I bought at 14, 16, missed 13, on the drop.

I did sell on the way up after my call at 8. I honestly never made the money I could of. Or, is that, should of? Or, would of? LOL.

Your job as readers of this thread, is to take the info given and sort it out.

Do some dd, check out the touts and negs, make up your own minds.

Thanks for the support of my friends here.

Best Regards,

kurt

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To: Brasco One who wrote (8)3/7/2005 11:41:59 AM
From: Brasco One
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Interchange Acquires Junk.com Domain Name, Announces Plans for Destination Search Site
Monday March 7, 7:30 am ET

LAGUNA HILLS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 7, 2005--Interchange Corporation (Nasdaq:INCX - News), a leading provider of local and national paid-search services, announced today that it has acquired the Junk.com domain. The company plans to develop Junk.com into a worldwide local-search brand, focusing initially in the U.S. and Europe.

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To: Brasco One who wrote (9)3/7/2005 11:42:56 AM
From: Jane4IceCream
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LOL!

Jane

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To: Jane4IceCream who wrote (10)3/7/2005 12:34:18 PM
From: Yaacov
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Dear Jane,

I hope you enjoyed our conversation. You should not loose your temper, the door for a dialgoue is always opened.If you ever come to ROme, we can meet at Excelsior for a drink.

Yours

Alex

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