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Friday, March 28, 2003

This One's For Kevin

Kevin Marks is adding his voice to important local political controversies. Just saw a neat looking resource featured on The Screen Savers: Minutes-n-Motion, a $9.95 per month service that says it

applies the most powerful parsing (categorizing) engine since computers were invented to research public records. eNeuralNet technology is applied to government bodies at all levels. Minutes-n-Motion will unleash volumes of data buried so deep within archives that until now, they were considered inaccessible.

Available cities in California to date include San Francisco, Berkeley, Laguna Beach and Aliso Viejo.

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