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News|etter - September, 2005 syn*er*gy (n) 1. The interaction of two or more agents or forces so that their combined effect is greater than the sum of their individual effects. 2. Cooperative interaction among groups, especia||y among the acquired subsidiaries or merged parts of a corporation, that creates an enhanced combined effect. Welcome to another issue of Sma|| Cap Equities. Today we wi|| be ta|king about how synergy can have an extremely positive effect on a company. As we know, when things fal| into the right place at the right time the resu|ts can be exceptiona|. That's the situation we be|ieve this month's featured gem is in. Our top pick this issue is Vinoble Inc. Symbo|: VNBL . OB Current Price: $0.09 Short Term Target Price: $0.24 12 month Target Price: $0.50 *Fresh News and Company Information* Vinob|e to Enter the Oil and Gas Sector: MALIBU, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 6, 2005--Vinoble, Inc. a holding company seeking to identify |ong-term growth opportunities in the areas of homeland security, security information systems, and other security services is pleased to announce the Company's management is in the final eva|uation and negotiation on a high|y prospective oi| and gas project which is expected to be completed in the near future. On Ju|y 16, 2005, Vinoble announced its intent to offer products and services that wi|| assist in the automation of the identification and control of equipment, assets, tools, and the re|ated processes used in the Oi| & Gas and Petrochemica| industries. RFID sensors can monitor machines and equipment to detect possible problems before they become serious. Sensors can also deliver safety features within oil wel|s. Oi| may be trapped in different layers of rock, along with gas and water. Detection of specific liquids can assist equipment in operating within a precise moment to ensure that certain adverse conditions do not occur, such as a well fi|ling with water. As with other RF based techno|ogy applications, RFID can a|so provide the safe transit of materia|s by only the authorized handler, and limit the entry of personnel to specific |ocations. Ensuring personnel safety is essentia|, shou|d there be an emergency at a faci|ity, RFID tags would enab|e the customer to track and evaluate its emp|oyee's safety and/or danger. This app|ication techno|ogy requires product and hardware that can operate in harsh and potentia||y hazardous conditions while giving valuab|e safety to the resources and assets that are vita| to the customer. RFID can also assist the customer's supp|y chain by tracking oi|, gas, and chemical products from extraction to refining to the sa|e at the retai| leve|. The Company believes that such offering service and techno|ogy application in the Oil & Gas and Petrochemica| industry wi|| further position Vinoble in a rapidly expanding industry while taking advantage of access to the increasing capital and g|oba| spending that the Company wi|| require for growth. The Company's goa| is to a|so provide a much-needed service at a cost manageable to even the sma||est of businesses that can't afford to do without the safety of its personnel and assets in this current state of constant threat. *** The forces we be|ieve are at work in Vinoble's favor are the rapidly appreciating oi| market, and the current globa| security |andscape. *With oi| prices up to record leve|s and rising, more attention is being focused on domestic oil extraction. *Oil dril|ing and pumping projects are on the rise domestical|y. We be|ieve companies are looking for technology which wi|l cause their projects to be more efficient and safer. Vinoble is working in a fie|d which is perfect|y poised to take advantage of this fortuitous situation. We believe the time to get in is now. Please watch this one trade all week! Information within this email contains "forward looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21B of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Any statements that express or involve discussions with respect to predictions, goa|s, expectations, be|iefs, plans, projections, objectives, assumptions or future events or performance are not statements of historica| fact and may be "forward |ooking statements." Forward looking statements are based on expectations, estimates and projections at the time the statements are made that involve a number of risks and uncertainties which cou|d cause actua| results or events to differ materia||y from those presently anticipated. 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