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grevillia
Posted on: Nov 27 2015, 08:08 AM


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Our lawyers are smart, but not as smart as the British who sold them a pup, probably knowing what legislation was coming.
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grevillia
Posted on: Jul 8 2015, 10:03 AM


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See http://www.stocknessmonster.com/news-item?...SX&N=861328

No longer using ASX - just the overseas exchange.
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grevillia
Posted on: Jun 4 2015, 11:13 AM


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This link should work:

http://1funny.com/magic-trick-leave-you-stunned/
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grevillia
Posted on: Feb 4 2015, 09:16 AM


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And Comsec web site is more intuitive and easier to navigate.
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grevillia
Posted on: Jul 28 2014, 10:03 PM


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the link to HotCopper:

HotCopper
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grevillia
Posted on: Jul 28 2014, 04:37 PM


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See warning on HotCopper
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grevillia
Posted on: Jun 10 2014, 11:30 AM


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You might enjoy this old one:

Bob & Tom Show telemarketer prank call


Bob & Tom Show telemarketer prank call
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grevillia
Posted on: Feb 21 2014, 09:22 AM


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Slight correction - you just need Thunderbird.

I was thinking of a friend with the same problem who also had browser problems with pop-ups on a small screen.
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grevillia
Posted on: Feb 21 2014, 07:58 AM


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You could install Thunderbird for email and Firefox or Chrome for browser to escape those sort of problems.

http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/

http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/

Microsoft is overdoing its security settings.
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grevillia
Posted on: Jan 18 2014, 10:37 AM


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If you do take it to a computer shop, you need to take the computer as well as the drive. The problem is likely to be in Windows 7 computer management - disk management.
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grevillia
Posted on: Aug 27 2013, 03:56 PM


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There are plenty of free password managers Password managers

People in Melbourne PC User Group speak well of Last Pass.

For years I have been using Keytext which is commercial and does more. Keytext
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grevillia
Posted on: May 21 2013, 10:03 AM


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Test Loop Milestone Achieved

Test Loop
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grevillia
Posted on: Apr 8 2013, 10:12 AM


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Confusing signals from the company.
Great promise of continuing as a going concern after cost-cutting - if you believe them.
Talk of throwing in the towel in takeover.

We are outsiders in the dark.
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grevillia
Posted on: Apr 6 2013, 11:15 AM


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A bit like UXC's stay in the doghouse before recovering.
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grevillia
Posted on: Jan 11 2013, 03:08 PM


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Sudden rise today when one lot of 50,000 was bought at 0.375 with others following. with another 205,000.
No news from the company.
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grevillia
Posted on: Dec 12 2012, 09:17 AM


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As a curiosity, Blossomvale have a holding in GCG but extremely thin trading in this one.
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grevillia
Posted on: Nov 26 2012, 03:55 PM


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Mine were within the extra 25% allowance - so not scaled back.
If yours were within the limit, it is worth ringing the company.
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grevillia
Posted on: Oct 26 2012, 02:51 PM


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When last figured, the dilution effect was 2.5 cents down from 69 to 67.5. But the market is pushing it down more.

Before all this they tried to defer the dividend by a few days, but had to withdraw this on a technicality. Maybe they are a bit short of cash.
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grevillia
Posted on: Oct 26 2012, 02:43 PM


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Forget about any tax complications - none to worry about.

You calculate total dollars paid for the shares and match with total dollars received on sale.

If you wish to view per share numbers, you adjust for the change to suit.
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grevillia
Posted on: Oct 21 2012, 09:16 PM


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Thanks for pointing this out:

The only part that I think is totally wrong with this bot trading is that they get to get their shares at .00001 of a cent less and before I do, they see an order come in and up the price by that .00001 of a cent in nano seconds before your trade is made, so that they are the market makers , they then let you buy a couple of shares just to start your order, and then they let you stew, if you want your order filled? you have to up the anty, so that you don't end up with a couple of shares for a trade where the brokerage is the largest component, these algorythmic traders don't pay brokerage on any single trade , this places the ordinary punter at a great disadvantage in my opinion

Have often met this and been patient to eventually get my price.
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grevillia
Posted on: Sep 28 2012, 12:49 PM


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This link works:

Newsletter
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grevillia
Posted on: Sep 6 2012, 09:21 AM


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For buying, it pays to have 2 brokers like Commsec and Westpac. No help for selling.
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grevillia
Posted on: Aug 27 2012, 05:36 PM


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You may be interested in doing an image backup monthly onto external drive.

Paragon Backup & Recoveryâ„¢ 2012 Free

from http://www.paragon-software.com/home/br-free/download.html

Or similar.
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grevillia
Posted on: Aug 12 2012, 05:36 PM


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Yes, true. There are big differences. Makes it harder for any group to willingly make sacrifices for the greater good.
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grevillia
Posted on: Aug 8 2012, 02:08 PM


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For a longer view see:

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-08-07/f...mans-think.html
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grevillia
Posted on: Jul 30 2012, 10:43 AM


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No idea what you are talking about but you might look at

http://dummy-essentials.blogspot.com.au/20...snap-error.html
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grevillia
Posted on: Jun 22 2012, 08:02 PM


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What about people away from the big cities?
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grevillia
Posted on: Apr 18 2012, 02:19 PM


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Thanks.
If it is any help, you can download the PDF from:

SLX article
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grevillia
Posted on: Apr 16 2012, 03:36 PM


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And remember it is also traded in the U.S.

http://bigcharts.marketwatch.com/quotes/mu...amp;msymb=SILXY
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grevillia
Posted on: Jan 1 2012, 09:50 AM


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Nice one doing the rounds:


An easy guide to what went wrong in Europe (and the USA ).

Helga is the proprietor of a bar.

She realizes that virtually all of her customers are unemployed alcoholics

and, as such, can no longer afford to patronize her bar.

To solve this problem, she comes up with a new marketing plan that allows

her customers to drink now, but pay later.

Helga keeps track of the drinks consumed on a ledger (thereby granting the

customers loans).


Word gets around about Helga's "drink now, pay later" marketing strategy

and, as a result, increasing numbers of customers flood into Helga's bar.

Soon she has the largest sales volume for any bar in town.


By providing her customers freedom from immediate payment demands,

Helga gets no resistance when, at regular intervals, she substantially

increases her prices for wine and beer, the most consumed beverages.


Consequently, Helga's gross sales volume increases massively.

A young and dynamic vice-president at the local bank recognizes that

these customer debts constitute valuable future assets and increases

Helga's borrowing limit.

He sees no reason for any undue concern, since he has the debts of the

unemployed alcoholics as collateral!!!

At the bank's corporate headquarters, expert traders figure a way to make

huge commissions, and transform these customer loans into DRINKBONDS.


These "securities" then are bundled and traded on international

securities markets.


Naive investors don't really understand that the securities being sold to

them as "AA" "Secured Bonds" really are debts of unemployed alcoholics.

Nevertheless, the bond prices continuously climb!!!, and the securities

soon become the hottest-selling items for some of the nation's leading

brokerage houses.


One day, even though the bond prices still are climbing, a risk manager at

the original local bank decides that the time has come to demand payment

on the debts incurred by the drinkers at Helga's bar. He so informs Helga.

Helga then demands payment from her alcoholic patrons, but being

unemployed alcoholics they cannot pay back their drinking debts.


Since Helga cannot fulfil her loan obligations she is forced into

bankruptcy. The bar closes and Helga's 11 employees lose their jobs.


Overnight, DRINKBOND prices drop by 90%. The collapsed bond asset value

destroys the bank's liquidity and prevents it from issuing new loans, thus

freezing credit and economic activity in the community.

The suppliers of Helga's bar had granted her generous payment extensions

and had invested their firms' pension funds in the BOND securities.

They find they are now faced with having to write off her bad debt and

with losing over 90% of the presumed value of the bonds.


Her wine supplier also claims bankruptcy, closing the doors on a family

business that had endured for three generations, her beer supplier is

taken over by a competitor, who immediately closes the local plant and

lays off 150 workers. Fortunately though, the bank, the brokerage houses

and their respective executives are saved and bailed out by a multibillion

dollar no-strings attached cash infusion from the government.


The funds required for this bailout are obtained by new taxes levied on

employed, middle-class, non-drinkers who’ve never been in Helga’s bar.


Now do you understand?
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grevillia
Posted on: Dec 27 2011, 03:42 PM


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From vague memory, when we had hi interest rates and hi unemployment, we had that nasty Stagflation.
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grevillia
Posted on: Dec 22 2011, 10:33 AM


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Announcement today:
http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20111222/pdf/423g1sbb7byy50.pdf
Solar Systems Commences On-site Construction Work in Mildura
For the Largest Solar Power Station in Australia
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grevillia
Posted on: Dec 9 2011, 12:19 PM


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Thanks for the full info.
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grevillia
Posted on: Dec 9 2011, 11:11 AM


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When you get a call about your computer, it is best to say "I don't have a computer".
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grevillia
Posted on: Dec 9 2011, 11:08 AM


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Re Nepsys
I attended the Melbourne Meeting on 8th.
Without remembering the precise process names, there are 3 underwater welding processes. Neptune offers all 3.
Nepsys is the most expensive; it attracts prospective customers, who then may take a cheaper process.
They are not a Woodside, but they take on work so long as it is profitable, not seeking revenue for its own sake.
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grevillia
Posted on: Nov 17 2011, 02:09 PM


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Remember someone's earlier suggestion to use Flashblock - it solves the problem beautifully.

http://download.cnet.com/Flashblock/3000-1...4-10518910.html

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grevillia
Posted on: Sep 20 2011, 05:19 PM


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So right! Today they went ex 5.5 cent dividend. So they finished up exactly 5.5 c down.
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grevillia
Posted on: Sep 19 2011, 09:04 AM


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Agree. Seems to be good value. Just like SGH was in August 2010 at around 1.40, now around 2.00.
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grevillia
Posted on: Jun 23 2011, 10:41 PM


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Before the hard work, have a look at http://au.finance.yahoo.com/

For local stocks add .ax e.g. bhp.ax

You might find it handy for preliminary analysis.
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grevillia
Posted on: Jun 13 2011, 10:42 AM


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Good luck.
The other replies have a lot more info than I understand. I do not see any logon screen, so it would be in the cookies.
If you do need to play around with individual cookies, you could use IECookiesView from

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/iecookies.html
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grevillia
Posted on: Jun 11 2011, 01:07 PM


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See if this link works for you:

http://www.sharescene.com/index.php?act=Se...;CODE=getactive

It works fine for me, but I don't remember whether I had previously needed to set anything up.
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grevillia
Posted on: Jun 9 2011, 05:13 PM


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Thanks; we now know what the market thinks. It pays to be patient for another couple of months to see the year's results.

On 21 Feb they announced Dec half results showing an 8.6% rise in basic earnings per share. The price was 84 cents.

On 22 Mar they announced the EZCorp bid of 91 cents for part of the company. Price was 86.5 cents.
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grevillia
Posted on: May 10 2011, 09:36 PM


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Melbourne PC User Group's magazine this month has an article on these pests, suggesting you say "I do not have a computer".

Naturally these people want access to your system so they can get all the info needed to steal all your money.
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grevillia
Posted on: Apr 20 2011, 05:16 PM


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See surfrat70's post in EXT Extrata topic:

http://www.sharescene.com/index.php?showto...p;hl=#st_752546

From Courier Mail http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/opinion...f-1226041742844
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grevillia
Posted on: Apr 12 2011, 10:59 AM


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Vic. Govt. confirms funding for Mildura power project:

http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20110412/pdf/41y00jfvb3m0qg.pdf
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grevillia
Posted on: Jan 9 2011, 10:42 AM


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Have a look in Google to see these:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/270670

http://www.freebits.co.uk/backoutlook.html

and others.
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grevillia
Posted on: Dec 15 2010, 09:28 PM


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Perhaps they will need to raise capital as they have a lot of borrowings.
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grevillia
Posted on: Nov 19 2010, 09:49 AM


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Presentation at AGM:

http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20101119/pdf/31tzzv4sqlv853.pdf
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grevillia
Posted on: Sep 11 2010, 05:38 PM


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For general info:

spherical silicon solar cells

http://www.cv21.co.jp/en/technology/index.php
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grevillia
Posted on: Sep 3 2010, 10:14 PM


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And steady growth of 12+%
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grevillia
Posted on: Aug 30 2010, 05:29 PM


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Update form SLX:

http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20100830/pdf/31s69bswzsdnsc.pdf

And results:

http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20100830/pdf/31s68wpvsdn4ts.pdf
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grevillia
Posted on: Aug 11 2010, 05:48 PM


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As for having to login every time, there are some software items that you might consider installing to make this easier.

I use an old version of Keytext from keytext.com - commercial so you pay for it. Automates lots of things.

There is a free one, Autohotkey:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AutoHotkey

But have never looked into this.

Also, if you are using Internet Explorer, you can work through Slimbrowser. This has a number of features. One is the Autologin, where you fill in a login but instead of pressing Enter, you save it as an Autologin.

So whenever you want to go to that site, you just click on the item in the list. You can lock the Autologin feature with a password if you wish.
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grevillia
Posted on: Aug 11 2010, 05:32 PM


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Email - disposable addresses.

I use these on a couple of such sevices.

For Business Spectator, I use mailnull.com

But nowadays I find gishpuppy.com faster and reliable.

Normally have no problems. The only one was with the address for Financial Times. A number of people selling stuff must have got the address, so replaced with a new one and deleted the old one.
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grevillia
Posted on: Aug 11 2010, 10:14 AM


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Have a look at this:

http://www.fido.gov.au/fido/fido.nsf/byhea...ms?openDocument
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grevillia
Posted on: Aug 2 2010, 11:07 AM


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Earnings guidance at

http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20100802/pdf/31rp0zyt32pvlk.pdf
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grevillia
Posted on: Jul 13 2010, 05:07 PM


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Unless WebIress objects to using this, you can install PDF-XChange Viewer.

Works reliably. Free for private use.

From http://pdf-xchange-viewer.en.softonic.com/

Can specify which viewer is to be your default viewer, keeping both available for use.
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grevillia
Posted on: Jul 10 2010, 02:12 PM


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Living Will


Attached thumbnail(s)
Attached Image


 
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grevillia
Posted on: Jun 16 2010, 05:43 PM


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Glad you have now got all the help you need from this group.

In case you are still interested, here are some free security programs:

Comodo has a full security suite. This would save you bothering with a bunch of different programs.

I use bits and pieces:
Comodo firewall
Avast antivirus
Hazard Shield
Spyware Blaster

If you want to waste time, have a look at http://www.snapfiles.com/freeware/
where people put in their comments about the software.
And lots of similar sites.

Also you might want to save an image backup of your complete system onto an external hard drive occasionally so that you can restore your system back to an earlier time. A commercial program is Acronis
http://www.snapfiles.com/reviews/acronis-t.../trueimage.html

Good luck.
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grevillia
Posted on: May 10 2010, 10:49 AM


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Announcement this morning:

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Thiess-Silex Solar Consortium for Solar Flagships

Project Announced





Confirmed as major bidder to build large scale solar

Photovoltaic (PV) Power Station in Australia





10 th May 2010







A consortium including Thiess, a market leader in critical infrastructure construction and

utility services and Silex Systems Ltd, an ASX listed company with world-class expertise

and capability in solar technology, today publicly confirmed its interest in constructing the

nation’s first solar photovoltaic (PV) power station as part of the Commonwealth’s Solar

Flagship Program.



The announcement coincides with NSW Premier Kristina Keneally’s announcement that

the NSW Government will contribute $120 million in funding to the project. This is in

addition to the $1.5 billion commitment to the Solar Flagships Program announced by the

Federal Government in 2009 (refer to Flagships weblink below), which will include two

PV and two solar thermal power stations. The Federal Government is expected to

announce a short-list of three to four contenders for the PV power stations in the near

future.



Chris Wilks, Executive Director of Silex subsidiary and consortium partner SilexSolar,

said Australia has the home-grown capacity to build the new power station which will

ultimately be one of the largest in the world. “The Thiess-SilexSolar consortium offers a

unique all Australian bid for Solar Flagships, which will see industry research, world class

development and manufacturing capability, and the consequent IP that is developed

during the project, stay here in Australia for the lasting benefit of all Australians.” he said.



Mr Wilks said the Thiess-Silex Solar proposal includes the use of solar PV technology,

the fastest growing energy technology in the world, and will have an expected average

output of approximately 400GWh/yr. The consortium contains Australia’s only significant

manufacturer of PV cells and panels, which would be wholly made at the SilexSolar plant

at Homebush.



More than 1300 Australian based jobs would be created. Thiess Chief Executive Officer,

Australian Operations, Nev Power said that if successful in its bid, the partnership will

ensure the Solar Flagships project will directly benefit the Australian solar and

construction industry, rather than seeing investment and expertise going offshore

through projects put forward by off-shore companies.





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“The Solar Flagships project is not only vital to developing large scale utility level solar

power, but also to kick starting the local manufacturing industry, so Australia can get its

share of the $40 billion worldwide solar PV industry,” Mr Power said.



Thiess has already delivered large energy and renewable projects such as the Darajat

Unit III 110MW Geothermal power station project and the Swanbank Waste

Management Facility in Queensland, the second of its kind in the world to capture gas for

electricity generation.



The Thiess-SilexSolar consortium plans to construct a regional manufacturing facility for

the assembly of panels close to the project site, maximising local content and

employment. This would create an assembly and distribution hub for SilexSolar’s

Australian made solar products to be delivered to the central and eastern states. Mr

Wilks said many of SilexSolar’s staff have over 25 years in the industry including

experience in Europe and the US, and have previously developed and delivered smaller

solar power projects in Australia and South East Aisa.



“We are investing heavily in the ingenuity of the Australian workforce and are well

placed to commercialise Australian intellectual property rather than letting it go overseas.

To aid in this we have our own Research and Development facility, and a strong

partnership with the ARC Photovoltaics Centre of Excellence at the University of NSW,

the key centre of Australian solar energy research.



“Our already established Homebush R&D facility and manufacturing plant, the largest in

the Southern Hemisphere, provides the perfect base to facilitate and house the growth in

manufacturing and solar expertise this project will generate.” Mr Wilks said.





Further information on the Company’s activities can be found on the Silex website:

www.silex.com.au or by contacting Dr Michael Goldsworthy on (02) 9532 1331, or Mr

Chris Wilks on (02) 9855 5404.










About Thiess Pty Ltd:



For more than 75 years, Thiess has been helping to build our nation. The Snowy

Mountains Scheme, Sydney Harbour Tunnel, Melbourne’s EastLink project, Brisbane’s

$4.8 billion Airport Link and Victoria’s $3.5 billion Desalination Project are just a few

iconic projects to bear the Thiess brand. A commitment to delivering great outcomes for

clients has allowed the company to expand throughout Australia and into New Zealand,

Indonesia, India and most recently the Middle East.



Thiess has an annual turnover of $6.5 billion and over $17 billion dollars of work in hand.

With over 16,000 employees, it has become one of Australia’s leading and most trusted

construction, mining and services companies. Thiess is a wholly owned subsidiary of

Leighton Holdings Pty Ltd.





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About SilexSolar Pty Ltd:



SilexSolar is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Silex Systems Limited, an ASX-listed public

company which has several cutting edge technologies under development

(www.silex.com.au). Silex’s solar division comprises SilexSolar and Solar Systems.

SilexSolar was established in July 2009 following Silex’s acquisition of the Sydney

Olympic Park (SOP) solar manufacturing facility from BP Solar. SilexSolar is now the

largest integrated photovoltaic (PV) cell and solar panel manufacturing facility in the

southern hemisphere, and the only commercial manufacturer of solar cells and panels in

Australia.



In March 2010, Silex acquired the assets and business of Melbourne-based Solar

Systems Pty Ltd (SSPL). In contrast to SilexSolar’s conventional panel business which

also serves the residential and commercial rooftop solar panel market, SSPL's

technology is specifically applicable to large utility-scale solar power generation using its

patented “Dense Array” concentrating photovoltaic (CPV) solar conversion technology.

This technology utilises ultra-high efficiency PV cells (initially developed for space

applications) and is ideally suited to the burgeoning utility scale solar power station

market. SSPL’s technology is in the final stages of development and is expected to be

available for commercial deployment in 2011, starting with a ~150MW solar power

project planned for Mildura, Victoria – potentially the largest single solar power station in

the world.



Web Link for further information - Solar Flagships Program:

ret.gov.au/energy/energy%20programs/cei/sfp/Pages/default.aspx





Forward Looking Statements and Business Risks:



Silex Systems is a research and development Company whose assets are its proprietary rights in

various technologies, including, but not limited to, the SILEX technology, the SilexSolar

technology and business, Solar Systems technology and business, Translucent technology and

ChronoLogic technology. Several of the Company’s technologies are in the development stage

and have not been commercially deployed, and therefore are high-risk. Accordingly, the

statements in this announcement regarding the future of the Company’s technologies and

commercial prospects are forward looking and actual results could be materially different from

those expressed or implied by such forward looking statements as a result of various risk factors.

Some risk factors that could affect future results and commercial prospects include, but are not

limited to: results from the SILEX uranium enrichment development program and the stable

isotopes program; the demand for enriched materials including uranium, silicon, oxygen, carbon

and others; the business risks associated with SilexSolar’s manufacturing and marketing

activities; the risks associated with the development of Solar Systems technology and related

marketing activities; the outcomes of the Company’s interests in the development of various

semiconductor, photonics and alternative energy technologies; the time taken to develop various

technologies; the development of competing technologies; the potential for third party claims

against the Company’s ownership of Intellectual Property associated with its numerous

technologies; the potential impact of government regulations or policies; and the outcomes of

various commercialisation strategies undertaken by the Company.


...<snip>


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grevillia
Posted on: Apr 22 2010, 09:41 PM


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Achieving Fiber-Optic Speeds over Copper Lines:

http://www.technologyreview.com/communications/25158/?a=f

This might interest people, though it is a long way off.
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grevillia
Posted on: Apr 14 2010, 08:52 AM


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Thanks.

If that link fails, try this one:

http://www.technologyreview.com/energy/24549/?a=f
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grevillia
Posted on: Apr 13 2010, 03:58 PM


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It will be interesting to see how this plays out.

The Obama administration may agree that it is too dangerous to proceed, but the military have never been able to resist.

In any event, the process may not have the capacity to enrich to the military level,
just the energy level and the ability to reprocess old unusable stocks.
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