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January 28, 2008 • Issue 08:01:02

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Boxes of chocolates aren't just for your sweetheart on Valentine's Day. EBillme is also confessing its adoration for its customers by offering a tantalizing treat.

Until Feb. 14, 2008, every shopper who uses eBillme (www.ebillme.com) to check out at certain retail Web sites will receive a free 8 oz. box of Harry London assorted gourmet dark chocolate truffles.

These delectable delights are made exclusively for eBillme merchants and customers. And you don't have to keep it for yourself. Shoppers will receive a special order form via e-mail, in which they can write a personal note to their Valentine.

Each box, including the personal note, will be shipped by 1-800-Flowers.com Inc. to anywhere in the continental United States. So, if a box of confections ends up on your doorstep, just make sure your fingers aren't sticky - your keyboard is on a sugar-free diet.

ISQ-Q test

Which of the following statements is true?

1. A study conducted by the Northern Institute for Cancer Research in Newcastle, England, links migraine headaches to near field communication technology in mobile handsets.

2. A new type of cyber crime called a "man in the browser" attack is able to lift a consumer's login and password when the user attempts to log onto a bank Web site to view personal financial information.

3. Mobile banking in Africa uses vans resembling safari tour buses to drive to rural areas in an effort to reach the unbanked such as the Maasai warriors of the Serengeti.

Point here for the answer.

MLScapes

Always give 100%: 12% Monday, 23% Tuesday, 40% Wednesday, 20% Thursday and 5% Friday.

Source: jokesaround.com

Biz bytes

A hollow corporation is a business that outsources important elements to subcontractors.

A pilot operation is a small-scale operation to test and evaluate the merits of a business concept.

Loopy laws

Better sit down when you imbibe in the Lone Star State: In Texas it's illegal to take more than three sips of beer at a time while standing.

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