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Health Through Poetry -- New Book of Poetry Explores Hidden Link Between Love and Sanity
UKIAH, Calif., July 13, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- A new book of poetry has an unusual combination of subjects-love and mental health. This rare mix can be attributed to the poet's background. William J. Russell has spent his entire professional life in the different fields of medicine such as nursing, counseling, and even teaching subjects on medicine. His new book of poems, The Seduction of Time Et al, shows how love and mental health are interconnected and opens our eyes to the unfortunate plight of those who wander our streets and the people who impact on and are in return impacted by them. For Russell, how we take care of our children, our aged, and the mentally ill, is a measure of the extent of our civilization. And California does not measure up to much.
eTelcharge.com launches Premier Coverage for Identity Fraud
DESOTO, Texas, July 13, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- eTelcharge.com, Inc. (Pink Sheets:ETLC) today introduced identity theft shield protection, a new managed solution that provides continuous credit monitoring for members. The coverage provides prompt notice if any new accounts are opened in your name or if derogatory notations are added to your credit report. Delivering on its core strategic plan, eTelcharge.com's new identity protection and restoration service addresses the growing challenges of identity fraud faced by individuals of industrialized countries. "With this administered service," stated Wendy Hodges-Kent, Business Development Analyst, "suspicious activity will be brought to your attention quickly, providing you with early detection. As a result, eTelcharge.com is extraordinarily positioned to command the market and deliver a solution for the fastest growing crime, while optimizing retail sales both in cyberspace and the brick and mortar world."
Capital Research Group, Inc
TheSUBWAY.com's Technology Talk Forum: Tuesday, July 13, 2004: Market Continues to Trade Sideways
WESTON, Fla., July 13, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Financial issues were trading all over the board early Tuesday as earnings in the group were touched off by a rare miss from brokerage giant Merrill Lynch. And technology shares were mixed as results fueled concerns over the pace of earnings growth in the sector that has been at the forefront of the market's ascent over the past year. The software and semiconductor arena have been at the pulpit most often, with fresh warnings coming weekly. The Nasdaq Composite was up 12.28 points, to 1,976 after dipping heavily in the previous session, while the Dow Jones industrial average was higher by 21.42 points, to 10,240.87.
Level 8 Systems, Inc.
Level 8 Systems Earns Membership in Microsoft Certified Partner Program
PRINCETON, N.J., July 13, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Level 8 Systems, Inc. (OTCBB:LVEL), a global provider of next-generation Enterprise Information Integration (EII) solutions, today announced its membership in the Microsoft Certified Partner Program. This membership provides resources that will aid Level 8 in the development and deployment of robust Microsoft-based solutions that help speed customers' time to market and reduce costs. Level 8's newest solution, Cicero II, was fully tested and certified on the latest Microsoft technologies, acquiring the Designed for Windows classification.
Interest In International Studies Growing In Nation's Schools But Programs Lack Resources
NEW YORK, July 13, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- In a world that has grown increasingly interconnected, schools nationwide are developing new programs that promote international knowledge and skills. Unfortunately, the benefits of such programs to millions of students who know very little about the 90 percent of the world outside our borders are squandered because of a lack of resources for replication, according to preliminary research conducted by Asia Society.