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Pacific Softworks, Inc. (PASW)
An SI Board Since April 1999
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"Pacific Softworks has taken a dive into the Internet ocean. The company licenses Web software and related development tools. Its embedded systems, which consist of a microprocessor and related software, are incorporated into PCs and information appliances to help the devices connect with and communicate through the Internet. Pacific Softworks' customers include Hewlett-Packard, Royal Philips Electronics, Cisco Systems, and America Online. More than half of Pacific Softworks' sales come from outside the US."

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Filing date: March 26, 1999
Expected IPO date: TBA

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71Back into to PASW today for 3,000 shares at 2 13/16's. The stock looks like Return to Sender-8/22/2000
70Any stock with a small float is going to occasionally see some large unexplainedReturn to Sender-7/24/2000
69Anyone know what's up the last couple days? I've been ignoring this dog smueller-7/24/2000
68 I'm just in PASW.. still under water John. Thanks, RTSReturn to Sender-5/18/2000
67 PASW 'popped' today on no nothing. LGTO soon to lose the 'E",John Ritter-5/18/2000
66 OT on LGTOE: The stock has formed a nice base and could move nicely higher whenReturn to Sender-5/15/2000
65 OT - What do you think of the LGTO(E) situation?John Ritter-5/14/2000
64 John stock threads typically take on a very negative view when virtually every Return to Sender-5/13/2000
63 Then you must believe in their technology, the Yahoo thread has been very negatJohn Ritter-5/13/2000
62 I bought more at 4 John. The market has been hellish on virtually every technolReturn to Sender-5/13/2000
61 Anyone still own this stock? I am still long on some after the spike. Is this aJohn Ritter-5/13/2000
60 Like ORCL allot, took more last week at 64.neverenough-4/20/2000
59 The stops are always a good idea. Your ORCL is a no brainer. I hope you stay wiReturn to Sender-4/19/2000
58 Good luck, I was stopped out at 7 3/4 a couple of weeks ago...neverenough-4/19/2000
57 Call me crazy but I'm in for more at 4. I think a Fusion announcement couldReturn to Sender-4/19/2000
56 Obviously PASW stockholders can look forward to some dilution. The float has beReturn to Sender-3/7/2000
55 Speaking of 8, what do you think of this? March 07, 2000 17:28 Pacific Softwoneverenough-3/7/2000
54 Don't kick me. I'm hoping for one brief trip to 8 first. That will neveReturn to Sender-3/6/2000
53 No rush here, I'm prepared to buy more at 9...neverenough-3/6/2000
52 It is a tremendous list of very impressive companies that has used PASW's FReturn to Sender-3/6/2000
51 Hey buddy nice to see you here. I just took up a position today at the close, Ineverenough-3/6/2000
50 Actually I was speaking in much broader terms and simply suggesting that WindowReturn to Sender-3/4/2000
49 You seem to be suggesting that PASW could be another WIND?! If so what are theJohn Ritter-3/4/2000
48 Lets face facts here. We most certainly do want our personal communications devReturn to Sender-3/1/2000
47 Palm IPO seen white-hot, but red flags abound'...FYI By Duncan Martell <stockman_scott-2/29/2000
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