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July 2012

PlotHost Adds a New Shared Hosting Solution for Budget Conscious Consumers

Dallas, TX, July 30, 2012 --( In response to consumer demands, has added another cheap hosting option to their lineup of shared hosting packages. Gone are the days when consumers are forced to shell out hundreds of dollars every year to keep their sites online. Prior to this new package PlotHost offered three affordable shared hosting solutions. With this new offering aspiring webmasters can purchase a web hosting solution for one year for less than the cost of dinner. With the number of cheap hosting s [Read More...]

Turn Your Old Mobile Phone Into Money with

TORONTO, ON, July 30, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- has just launched in Canada. This revolutionary new website allows customers to log on and get an instant cash value for their mobile devices. If the customer feels the price is fair they are one-click away from selling their phone to, using the easiest method in the country. A free postage paid envelope will be supplied and the customer simply needs to drop their phone in the mail to receive payment. [Read More...]

Acclaimed Gender Selection Specialist Offers Amazing Promotion; Makes High Cost Technique Affordable for All

Scarsdale, NY, July 30, 2012 --( Acclaimed gender selection specialists at The Silverman Center are offering women a solution to the high cost of safe and effective gender selection techniques. For the next three months, the Silverman Center is offering a reduced price of $3,950 for a consultation and two procedures using sperm separation and insemination within the same cycle. “The demand for gender selection techniques is huge,” says Dr. Sil [Read More...]

Dürr Ecoclean Exhibits Parts, Washers and More at IMTS 2012

Parts cleaning technology leader Dürr Ecoclean welcomes attendees to Chicago’s IMTS 2012 (booth E-5267). The Dürr exhibit will include two parts washers used to clean and degrease batch loads and CNC machined metal parts in baskets. (PRWEB) July 30, 2012 As part of its exhibit, the company will [Read More...]

WikiSeer First Company to Successfully Perfect its Patented Summarization Technology Using Millions of Articles from Wikipedia

- Reduces content by 95% extracting the five most relevant sentences in real-time - New advertising API for online publishers improves ad relevance and performance - Free browser add-on enables real-time summarization of web links and articles Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) July 30, 2012 WikiSeer, the Santa Clara based start-up pioneering real-time semantic summarization, today announced that it has successfully tested, training and completed its 1.0 platform update using more than 3.5 million English-based articles available on the portal as well as from thousands of additional websites. In real-time WikiSeer captures the essence and core principles from any text document by extracting the five most instructive and informative sentences from a page, link or article. In the course of using Wikipedia there were thousands of articles (topics) whereby the platform would cull through tens of pages and paragraphs to arrive at the five most important sentences (user definable up to 10) with better than 85% accuracy based on user testing and feedback. According to Sameer Yami, Co-founder and CEO the testing included more than 3.5 million articles representing nearly 90% of all the articles found on the English site. “Our exhaustive development and training has allowed WikiSeer to improve its algorithm to better select and extract the core essence from any type of article – as diverse and complicated as technical essays, patent applications, and legal agreements to general articles and all points in between with great accuracy” said Mr. Yami.     We are also pleased to announce that our service is available for businesses and consumers. For enterprises, WikiSeer offers an advertising supported API (AdInsight) that extracts the meaning of a web page and provides relevant advertising links for monetization. For more information on the AdInsight API visit For consumers, there is a free downloadable browser add-on tool for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox users to help avoid information overload as they surf the web. In real-time any article link, page or text document can be summarized in seconds to highlight the most pertinent contextual information in an easy to read pop-up window. To download the Chrome or Firefox browser add-ons please visit and click Add-ons from the menu. About WikiSeer WikiSeer ( founded in 2010 has developed a real-time text summarization s [Read More...]

Linoma Software Welcomes Three Developers to the Team

In response to continued company growth and its ongoing commitment to research and development, Linoma Software has hired three software developers since January. Omaha, Nebraska (PRWEB) July 30, 2012 In response to continued company growth and its ongoing commitment to research and development, Linoma Software has hired three software developers since January. “Our sales have been steadily growing over the last year or two,” President Bob Luebbe said, “and as we extend further into the Windows and Linux markets, we’re finding more opportunities to extend our GoAnywhere product features as well.” In March, Java developer Brad Medinger joined the development team after three years working with the State of Nebraska. A graduate of Southeast Community College in Milford and current Lincoln, Nebraska resident, Medinger says he saw the opportunity as a good chance to continue his hands-on education as a software developer with a growing company that he says has been welcoming and supportive. “I have really enjoyed the new challenges,” Medinger said, “including helping to build new features for both GoAnywhere Director and GoAnywhere Services.” Jon Simmons arrived at Linoma a week after Medinger, and splits his time between development related to GoAnywhere and website management tasks. As a graduate of Iowa Western Community College, Simmons has held a variety of positions in IT and marketing, a rare combination. “From the first visit to Linoma headquarters, I could tell that the company offered a very caring, nurturing family environment that I think is rare in the IT realm,” Simmons said. His short commute from Gretna, Nebraska is another bonus, and he said that not only does he love the challenge of finding ways to enhance “one of the best managed file transfer products on the market today,” he said “I also enjoy spending part of my time creatively, collaborating with the marketing department.” The most recent addition to the Linoma team is Rick Elliott, a longtime customer of Linoma Software and what Luebbe calls “a GoAnywhere power user.” “Rick has not only been a valuable customer for us,” Luebbe said, “but a great resource, too. He really cares about our products and has always given us great feedback and ideas. I thought, why not bring that expertise in-house?” Elliott lives in Phoenix, Arizona and will be one of a handful of remote Linoma employees. As a long-time iSeries developer, his background includes installation, configuration, administration, programming and design of iSeries systems. He also has extensive experience programming and integrating communication with Windows and Linux systems. When Luebbe invited him to join the Linoma staff, Elliott didn’t hesitate. “Getting to know the support team and others at Linoma over the years made it a simple ‘yes.’ I was introduced to the GoAnywhere suite at my last job,” Elliott said, “and was impressed with its flexibility across multiple platforms and ease of use. This led to using the Surveyor/400 package and I've been hooked ever since.” Elliott will be fulfilling a multitude of roles, including serving as an RPG programmer to support Linoma’s Crypto Complete data encryption software as well as providing support for GoAnywhere. He’ll also assist with demos, training, and product support at various conferences. “We’ve got a great team at Linoma,” Luebbe said, “from development and customer support to sales and account management. It’s great to bring even more talent into the fold.” ________________________________ For additional information, contact Susan Baird at Linoma Software at 402.944.4242, or email snbaird(at) About Linoma Software Founded in 1994, Linoma Software provides innovative solutions for managed file transfer and data encryption. With a diverse install base of more than 3,000 customers around the world, Linoma’s focus on research and development, as well as custom [Read More...]

Dolly Drive’s Next Generation Release of Mountain Lion-ready Cloud Backup, Sync & Store is Available Early for Users in Beta Form

Cirrus Thinking has announced that their next generation Dolly Drive release, currently in beta and scheduled to go live within the month, is Mountain Lion-ready. All new and current Dolly Drive users running Lion and Mountain Lion are being offered the beta option of the new release for the all-in-one backup, sync and share in the cloud which includes an original platform for online backup that will replace the company’s use of Apple’s Time Machine. New York, NY (PRWEB) July 30, 2012 Cirrus Thinking, makers of the award-winning Dolly Drive cloud storage for Mac, are making their Mountain Lion-ready next generation release available to new and current users running Lion and Mountain Lion as part of their beta program. The all-in-one service for backup, sync and share in the cloud has also informed all beta users that Dolly Drive now features an original platform for online backup that still offers complete versioning, restoration and a seamless, intuitive interface for ease of use for all levels of expertise, similar to their current experience, but with almost zero systemic impact and overhead, faster uploads and greater data integrity. “Our next generation release is a perfect match for the user experience Mac users are drawn to with the latest operating systems and we’re thrilled to be in a successful final stage of beta at the same time Apple has released Mountain Lion” said Anthony Palermo, Dolly Drive creator. “We are hearing from our users that they are absolutely blown away by the intuitive and elegant online backup, sync & storage process they are getting with Dolly Drive and we are excited to deliver the new version prior to full release in beta form.” New and current users wishing to download the beta version of the Dolly Drive release can do so via their member account page at or find out more at About Cirrus Thinking Cirrus Thinking was founded in 2009 by a pair of passionate Apple fans with the goal of delivering the critical advantages of cloud services to Apple users at the consumer, small businesses and enterprise levels. The first product Dolly Drive, an online backup solution for Apple’s [Read More...]

Active Web Group, Inc. Offers Free Website Link Analysis

Active Web Group, Inc. (AWG), a leading online marketing company headquartered in Hauppauge, New York, today announced a Free Website Link Analysis for interested online business owners. Hauppauge, NY (PRWEB) July 30, 2012 Active Web Group, Inc. (AWG), a leading online marketing company headquartered [Read More...]

Conductive Compounds Announces Formable Conductive Inks for Molded Plastic Assemblies

Printable, formable conductive inks that can be applied to a flat plastic substrate and then molded into various shapes offer exciting new opportunities to engineers and designers trying to incorporate internal electronic circuitry into molded automotive and aircraft interior parts, as well as a wide variety of industrial and consumer electronic assemblies... Hudson, NH (PRWEB) July 30, 2012 Conductive Compounds Inc., a Hudson, NH (USA) based manufacturer of specialty materials for printed electronics and electronic assembly industries, announces a new series of specialty conductive inks designed for plastic molding applications. These conductive inks can be printed onto flat plastic substrate films using conventional screen, gravure or pad printing techniques. After drying the inks, the plastic film can then be formed into shape using heat and pressure, and the printed conductive ink traces will follow the contour of the molded part. Even with sharp bends and deep draw sections in the molded part, the conductive ink traces will maintain conductivity. These new conductive inks allow design engineers to incorporate electronic circuit traces easily into molded parts, such as automotive interior components, without the additional manufacturing step of attaching a circuit to a molded part. Conductive Compounds Inc.'s moldable conductive inks have been used to fabricate antennas on automotive bumpers for proximity sensors where the molded parts incorporated deep draw sections up to four inches (10 cm) deep without losing significant electrical conductivity in the printed antenna. The new inks can provide improved construction and more efficient production of moldable parts which were not previously possible. “Conductive Compounds Inc. is committed to offering engineered functional ink products to meet the demands for new or improved printed electronic technology worldwide, and the moldable conductive ink series is an exciting new addition to our expanding portfolio of products” notes Don Banfield, Product Manager of Conductive Compounds Inc. “ These moldable inks offer design engineers options to incorporate circuitry in products without having to rely on attachment of other materials to a molded part. The benefits of cost reduction, reduced weight, lower profiles and new design options in molded assemblies are extremely attractive” All Conductive Compounds Inc.’s R&D and manufacturing are done in the USA at its Hudson, NH facility. Typical product lead time is two weeks depending on volume. For information on Conductive Compounds Inc.’s full line of inks and adhesives visit: About Conductive Compounds Conductive Compounds Inc., founded in 1994, is a worldwide provider of materials for the elect [Read More...] Releases New Confined Space Signs Line

New signs have danger and caution messages to protect workers. Signs last at least a decade outside with custom options available to personalize. Brooklyn, New York (PRWEB) July 30, 2012 has released new confined space signs as safety tools for workers. Many of the signs are instructional items on how to proceed around confined spaces. Confined spaces require exercising the utmost caution. Confined spaces are areas highly susceptible to accidents. According to the Center for Disease Control(CDC)’s website, a confined space is a space which has limited openings for entry and exit, poor natural ventilation with dangerous air contaminants, and not intended for continuous employee occupancy. These areas include spaces such as tunnels and storage tanks. MySafetySign’s signs are innovative in design and intent. The new Confined Spaces signs have bold text that indicate that permits are required or only authorized personnel can enter an area. “The new confined space signs ensure that workers know that certain areas are off-limits,” said Daniel Male, Manager at MySafetySign. The selection of Confined Space Signs includes Danger and Caution signs for blaring messages to stay clear of confined spaces. If MySafetySign does not have the specific sign desired, custom options are available. Simply enter text, upload a company logo or graphic and have it tweaked at no extra charge, and the sign will be ready to ship in minutes. During the process of composing signs, MySafetySign takes great care in using durable materials that last for at least a decade. Aluminum, plastic, and vinyl are all hefty and affordable materials commonly used. Additionally, stand-up floor signs are also available for a more visible message. For more information on Confined Space Signs, visit About MySafetySign is the Web’s largest store for safety signage. The company’s mission is to make signs and labels as effective as possible in order to prevent accidents and save lives. Customers can choose from over 40,000 designs and customizable templates. About SmartSign SmartSign is one of America's fastest-growing e-commerce com [Read More...]
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