Wednesday, March 28, 2012

ASKE (Alaska Pacific Energy), Major Run on Horizon

Alaska Pacific Energy is building for the future Alaska Pacific places the interests of its shareholders first and foremost which is why management has been careful to review potential projects with focus and clarity. The company's move into mining and exploration is based on management's desire to deliver a quality investment opportunity that reflects the changing economic times.
The goal is to build a comprehensive minerals portfolio with emphasis placed on high grade projects in geographical areas known for production. this is an excellent opportunity for investors to attain information about the company's promising gold exploration claims, located in one of the most prolific and historic gold producing areas in British Columbia, Canada. The company will also be reviewing projects in other parts of the world for inclusion in its portfolio and will base its selections on the merit of each project.
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Alaska Pacific Energy
The Bralorne area is steeped in a rich history of gold exploration, discovery and production dating back to 1828. The area has not been fully explored and with improving gold prices, interest in this area has increased significantly. Several companies, including Alaska Pacific Energy Corp., are interested in more exploration of the huge Bralorne mining camp.
Old timers who worked at Bralorne and various other close mining camps still talk excitedly, about finding clumps of gold. The Bralorne mining camp's historic gold production totaled 4.15 million ounces of gold according to various statistics. Operations closed due to low prices of gold, But much more exploration of the southwestern part of B.C remains open to companies.
The company (APEC) has an option on 4 MAIN PILOT GOLD CLAIMS (550.43 HECTARES) Capsule hornblende-biotite quartz diorite, a basic phase of Cretaceous to Tertiary Bendor pluton, occurs in Geologya northwest trending tongue across the property under option including Mississippian to Jurassic Bridge River Complex (Group) sediments. Quartzite, silicified argillite and foliated tuffs are metamorphosed to lower greenschist grade. The "Pilot shear" hosting the deposit trends southeast at the contact between silicified tuff of the Upper Triassic Noel Formation, Cadwallader Group quartz diorite and Bridge River sediments. The 3 metre wide shear contains a number of narrow, parallel quartz veins altered with sericite and kaolinite. Gold and silver values are continuous along this structure for 300 metres northwest. A chip sample taken over 0.9 metres assayed 11.1 grams per tonne gold and 56.9 grams per tonne silver (Assessment Report 11877). Another similar vein is reported to occur along the same trend about 150 metres west of the pilot shear. A well maintained portal to the Pilot vein is located near the mouth of Walker Creek on Gunn Lake. Further exploration work will have to be undertaken so as to gain more in depth data.
Management Team
James R. King, President and Director, APEC
The companies' founder and President, Mr. Jim King, has more than 30 years of extensive and highly responsible experience in a wide variety of organizational, business ownership, and management capacities. From 1966 to 1975 he was a major and active partner in one of British Columbia's largest recreational land development companies and was heavily involved in every aspect of this project, from conception to completion. He was also responsible for the development and sale of 1,400 serviced properties associated with the development all delivered within budget and targeted time frame. During this period, he also served on the Board of Directors of two public mineral exploration companies. They were public companies exploring a molybdenum property in Idaho. He eventually became president of this company and under his term as president the company raised money to drill a 6000ft exploration oil and gas well, located in the Uinta basin in Utah.
Timmy Welsh, Director
Ms. Welsh has more than 15 years experience in management. From November 2002 to November 2007 she was area supervisor of LA SENZA Inc. (TSX: LSZ) La Senza is a Canadian incorporated specialty retailer company with approximately 1000 stores operating in North America. She holds a Computer Information Systems Diploma from Langara College in Vancouver, Canada. Alan Beaton, VP Exploration and Board Member
Mr. Beaton is a senior Mining Engineer with 35 years of professional mining experience in both large and small operations. Allan became a member of the Association of Professional Engineers in 1975 after graduating from St. Francis Xavier University with degrees in Geology and Engineering. Mr. Beaton has vast experience in underground operations including 7 years as mine manager of Erickson Gold Mines. He also served as President and Director of CanAfrican Metals and Mining Corp a TSX-V company. Mr. Beaton is currently President of A.J. Beaton Mining Ltd. and Vicore Mining Developments Ltd.
Stanley Roger McClay, Operations Manager
Mr. McClay has over 30 years of experience in international resource exploration and development, acquisitions and mergers. Mr McClay started in the mining business in 1968 and was active in both open pit mining and exploration. By 1987 he was named president of Thunder Engine Corp which was later sold to Hawker Siddley Aviation. Mr. McClay is past President of Rioro Mining Corp., engaged in exploration and mining development in Ecuador and is past president of Spirit Exploration. He is currently the head of BCT Mining and is Alaskas's mining operator. Mr. McClay has worked in several countries mining and has experience in Tanzania, Sierra Leone, Ecuador, Brazil and Mexico. Other significant work has been completed throughout Canada including work with Encore Renaissance of Vancouver Canada as an operator
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Sunday, January 22, 2012

ANTs Software inc. and IBM Alliance

By Sanford Hall

ANTs software inc. develops and sells ANTs Compatibility Server (ACS) solution in the United States. ACS is a middleware solution that accelerates database consolidation between database vendors, enabling application portability. It also offers pre-and post-sales services related to the ACS and other professional services, including application migration; and a portfolio of services ranging from architecting or managing IT infrastructure to application performance tuning. The company was formerly known as ANTs Software.Com Inc. and changed its name to ANTs software inc. in December 2000. ANTs software inc. was incorporated in 1979 and is headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia. Stock Info. ANTS @ $0.0044

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Ants on IBM website

The IBM and ANTs Alliance IBM Corp. and ANTs Software has completed and signed a Global OEM agreement. In compliance with the agreement, ANTs repurposed its patent-pending ANTs Compatibility Server (ACS) technology to jointly develop with IBM the IBM® DB2® SQL Skin for applications compatible with Sybase ASE (IBM DB2 SSacSA) product. IBM currently assumes responsibility for marketing, sales and support of IBM DB2 SSacSA on a worldwide basis, while ANTs is the preferred service provider for DBMS migration projects to DB2. The ANTs Software database migration technology and services was carefully selected by IBM after comprehensive research and customer validation of features and data base migration capabilities. ANTs has been awarded Advanced Industry-Optimized status in the IBM PartnerWorld Industry Networks program.

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ANTs Software,inc.

68 employees as of 4/11/2011zsa

Shares Outstanding: 132.63M

Float: 104.09M

21% held by insiders

FY 2010 Revs = 6.2 mil

FY2010 Gross profit = .8 mil

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Home Security System (Alarm)

By Sanford Hall

Home security is a major concern, especially since most countries in the developed world have seen a significant increase in house burglary in recent decades. Enhancing security in your home is the first step in preventing crime.

An important first step is to assess a criminal’s accessibility to your home. Many criminals will approach your house from behind, so never leave a ladder outside your home and cut away any vegetation that either extends to your upstairs windows or creates shadows and hiding places in your garden and backyard. Fit locking gates to side alleyways, and plant thorn bushes around external fences to deter criminals from climbing over. Cover any approach routes to the house with gravel materials, such as small-gauge granite rock, that makes a noise when walked on.

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Security lighting can provide a further layer of protection to your home. Motion-sensing lights are ideal. They automatically turn on when anything moves within range of the sensor and both save you electricity and act as a deterrent to a criminal suddenly caught in a powerful beam.

Doors and windows are two of the most crucial points of home security that you need to address. Doors should feature quality five-pin mortise deadlocks made of hacksaw-resistant metals and extending at least one inch into the frame of the door. You can add additional bolts to a door at the top and bottom making it more difficult for someone to kick the door open. Install locks on all your windows and keep them locked at all times that the window is not deliberately left open. If a window is in a particularly vulnerable location, fit a metal grille over it or metal shutters that can be pulled down. If affordable, you should replace conventional glass with toughened tempered glass or polycarbonate.

Alarm systems are excellent additions to your household security and come in a bewildering range of setups and prices. The basic system consists of a control panel and a chain of sensors placed around the property. The sensors trigger the alarm through either detecting motion or by reacting to a door or window being forced open. Once triggered, the alarm system will either set off a deafening audible alarm and/or send out a security alert to a monitoring company who then call the police. Simply having an alarm box on the outside of your house will usually be enough to deter most criminals.

There are three zones of your home that should be protected by an alarm system:

-The outer perimeter of your property which extends up to the boundaries of your property. The garden and backyard are not usually protected by an alarm system but security lighting should be installed.

-The outer shell of your house which includes all doors and windows. This should be connected to the alarm system using a direct trigger system.

-And finally the rooms inside your house should be protected with some motion detectors should someone actually make it inside.

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