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[W3-announce] Catalina wrote:


From: Catalina Hinson
Subject: [W3-announce] Catalina wrote:
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 09:02:02 -0060

We have giving you winner after winner this year and things are only 
become better!

We called it!  APWL is RISE on strong volume.  We 
hope you took a position early and are smiling right 
now.  If you didn't, don't worry.  The big spike is 
expected also on Tuesday, November 28.  Get in now!

The 21st century house is one in which broadband is available in every 
room.
  Video streams to wherever you choose to watch it.
 House 
appliances are seamlessly integrated into a comprehensive network.
  
This is already a reality for the wealthy, and is just now becoming a booming 
business as it spreads to the middle class home.
  Our next feature makes 
this all possible, and is bringing it to the world!

 
CompanyAdvanced Powerline Technologies
Stock: APWL
Current Price: 0.1 Up (20.48%)
Short Term Target:   0.27
Long Term Target:   1.10
 
An incredible press release is expected out of the company very soon.  
This will be backed up by a PR blitz and I'm sure you can guess what will 
happen to the price of this stock!

Tech companies blast off on news like this.  Get in before this one takes 
off and ride it all the way to the bank!
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LAWRENCE, Kansas (AP) -- An HIV-positive man accused of knowingly exposing 
three women to the virus has been sentenced to nearly three years in prison.
NEW YORK (Fortune) -- Click on the iTunes music store and punch in "Beatles" 
under artist search. More than 50 albums will pop up, including Arthur Fiedler 
and the Boston Pops Play the Beatles, but none are the real deal. Fans wishing 
to download the actual Fab Four in MP3 format have to search peer-to-peer sites 
like Limewire for unlicensed songs they can listen to free.
MUHURA, Rwanda (Reuters) -- Ange Mukarusagara never thought she would get the 
chance to use a computer at school.
LONDON, England (Reuters) -- Criminal gangs using hijacked computers are behind 
a surge in unwanted e-mails peddling sex, drugs and stock tips.






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