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eBay entrepreneur launches auction to own his brain for one year.


San Diego, California, July 5th, 2006
Today’s InTheNews report includes mentions of: eBay (Nasdaq:EBAY), Internet search engine Google Inc (Nasdaq:GOOG), GameZnFlix, Inc. (OTCBB:GZFX), & Vonage Holdings Corp. (NYSE: VG)

Just announced today, sd_investor2k’s auction on eBay (Nasdaq:EBAY) became the latest auction to be featured on The Southern California entrepreneur listed his auction 5 days ago and has only 5 days left to see his hopes & conceptions come to fruition.

After submitting financial assistance requests to several Angel Investment web-sites for his many business endeavors he had the “hair brained” idea to simply auction off his “Grey Matter” to the highest bidder. In his own words, “Think of me as an Employee with Benefits”!

When contacted today for comment SD had this to say. “Anyone willing enough to invest in my well researched and thought out concepts needs to have a stomach for excitement and must be willing to throw caution to the wind, this is going to be an all or nothing partnership”.

There are only 5 days left in this auction and whether you’re a seasoned investor or just looking for some short term entertainment you can learn more by going to eBay and typing in the key words: Own My Brain. Or you can also go to: for a little more intimate introduction.

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Internet search engine Google Inc (Nasdaq:GOOG) announced on Thursday (29 June) the launch of Google Checkout (, a checkout process for online shopping for Google users.

According to the company, Google Checkout will make online shopping faster, more convenient and more secure for Google users.

GameZnFlix, Inc. (OTCBB: GZFX), provider of video games and movies for rent or purchase, has added the sale of books and audiobooks to its updated website.

Vonage America Inc., a subsidiary of Vonage Holdings Corp. (NYSE: VG), a leading provider of broadband telephone services, today announced that it is introducing the Vonage V-Phone, a portable and multifunctional USB device.

“Vonage is pleased to offer our customers the convenience of making phone calls wherever they are, simply by plugging into any laptop or PC with a high speed broadband internet connection,” said Daniel Smires, senior vice president of Engineering. “One of the best features of the V-Phone is that customers are not limited to PC to PC calling and they still get a variety of choices with Vonage’s inexpensive, flat-rate and full-featured calling plans.”


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