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10-10-2000 Metered Internet Access at 6-1/2 cents per minute. The Company
provides Internet access to those individuals and businesses that have
been paying both monthly Internet access fees and telephone toll charges
while connected. Toll charges result from a lack of local dial-up access
numbers available within a calling area. The Companys customers
pay 6-1/2 cents per minute as a combined toll charge and Internet access
fee. There is no signup process, no login id, no password required, and
no monthly access fees. Usage appears on customers local phone bill.
Two: Manufactured Goods The Company retains, develops, and markets
the blind fastening technology known as the "Cantilever Fastener
Assembly" (WingIt) - U. S. Patents # 5,944,466 and 6,007,285. International
and supplementary U.S. patents pending. The first of 21 WingIt embodiments,
the Grab Bar WingIt, began shipment Q2 of 1999. The WingIt blind fastening
system is the only significant development in blind fastening technology
in more than 40 years. Blind fastening is the ability to fasten into a
wall or another object with access restricted to only one side of the
Three: Internet The Company has created a new office procurement business
model using a NASDAQ-like trading floor; it is an exchange-based e-procurement
solution for small and mid-size businesses. The Company creates a dramatically
more efficient marketplace for Information Technology (IT) and office
products by using market principles identical to the stock market; creating
a virtual trading floor where buyers and sellers engage in free market
trade, with true dynamic pricing. Multiple sellers post sell orders on
a given product (defined by the Company) at the price they desire. Buyers
also post their buy orders at their desired price. Buy and sell orders
are matched electronically, and buyer and seller data is exchanged automatically.
Sellers pay a 1%-2% commission for completed sales.