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Program to Create New Profit Center for Auto Aftermarket Launched by NeoMedia`s Micro Paint Repair Business Unit
Tuesday April 13, 8:30 am ET


FT. MYERS, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 13, 2004--A marketing and services program designed to create new profit centers for automotive aftermarket companies and other businesses has been launched by the NeoMedia Micro Paint Repair Business Unit, part of NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB: NEOM - News).
NeoMedia`s new "Footsteps" program is designed to stimulate business traffic for auto dealers, repair shops and other entrepreneurially-driven businesses who become licensed, authorized NeoMedia Micro Paint Repair Systems Experts(TM).

"Footsteps is designed to leverage traffic in and out of auto repair businesses by offering customers the advantages of the NeoMedia Micro Paint Repair System," said Charles T. Jensen, president, COO and acting CEO of NeoMedia.

New Video on Web Site

A new six-minute video detailing the Footsteps program and NeoMedia Micro Paint Repair System is available online at http://www.neom.com/products/mpr/mprVideo.jsp

"This is an exciting video which provides a wealth of information to businesses about joining the NeoMedia team," he said.

Businesses interested in learning more about Footsteps and becoming authorized NeoMedia Micro Paint System Experts should call John Trigarndi, director of Paint System Sales and Marketing, at (403) 258-3200 micropaint@neom.com or by visiting http://www.neom.com/products/mpr/index.jsp

About NeoMedia Technologies, Inc.

NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. (www.neom.com), is a developer and international marketer of software and patented technologies which link products, print, and physical objects directly to targeted online data, with expertise in homeland security and e-authentication applications. NeoMedia markets PaperClick(TM) and PaperClick for Cell Phones(TM), which link physical information and objects to the Internet, and its Systems Integration Group specializes in providing expert-based IT consulting, hardware, and software solutions. The NeoMedia Micro Paint Repair Business Unit (formerly CSI International Inc.), is a 13-year-old company based in Calgary, Alberta, acquired earlier this year, which specializes in products and services for the worldwide micro paint repair industry.

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. With the exception of historical information contained herein, the matters discussed in this press release involve risk and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statement.

NeoMedia Micro Paint Repair System Experts, PaperClick and PaperClick For Cell Phones are trademarks of NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. Other trademarks are properties of their respective owners.
NEOM NEOMEDIA TECHNOLOGIES INC

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After Illinois Court Dismissal for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction, NeoMedia Refiles Patent Infringement Lawsuits Against AirClic and Scanbuy

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 2004 08:30 AM

FT. MYERS, Fla., Apr 21, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB: NEOM), a developer and international marketer of software and patented technologies linking products, print, and physical objects to targeted online data, today refiled patent infringement lawsuits against AirClic Inc. and Scanbuy(TM), Inc.

Charles T. Jensen, NeoMedia`s president, COO and acting CEO of NeoMedia, said Complaints against AirClic and Scanbuy were refiled in Philadelphia and New York City, respectively. The original Complaint for Patent Infringement and Damages, filed January 26, 2004, was dismissed late last week by the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, for lack of personal jurisdiction.

"The court`s ruling did not consider the patent infringement aspects of the Complaint, but rather whether or not AirClic and Scanbuy had strong enough contacts with Illinois for the case to be heard and decided in that jurisdiction," said Jeffrey Pine of Baniak Pine & Gannon, the Chicago law firm NeoMedia retained to protect its patents and IP portfolio.

NeoMedia`s Complaint against AirClic and Scanbuy claims infringement on four valid and subsisting patents it owns - U.S. Patents No. 5,933,829, No. 5,978,773, No. 6,108,656, and No. 6,199,048 -- alleging:

-- AirClic (www.airclic.com) of Newtown, Pennsylvania, has manufactured or has manufactured for it, and has used or actively induced others to use, and has offered for sale and sold, technology which allows customers to use a built-in UPC bar code scanner to scan individual items and access information, such as advertiser services, dietitian services, market research services, and trade show services, and

-- Scanbuy (www. scanbuy.com) of New York City, has manufactured or has manufactured for it, and has used or actively induced others to use, and has offered for sale and sold, technology which allows customers to use a built-in UPC bar code scanner to scan individual items and access information, such as movies, music, comparison-shopping, information services and ring tones.

Jensen said NeoMedia seeks compensatory damages for infringement by AirClic and Scanbuy, with those damages to be trebled due to willful and wanton nature of the infringement, as well as preliminarily and permanently enjoining AirClic and Scanbuy from their infringing activities.

A third patent infringement suit concurrently filed in January against LScan (www.lscan.com) of Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, remains in the Illinois court, as does a patent infringement lawsuit filed earlier that month against Virgin(R) Entertainment Group, Inc., Virgin Megastore Online and Virgin Megastore (Virgin). Both charge infringement against the same four patents as the AirClic and Scanbuy Complaints.

About NeoMedia Technologies, Inc.

NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. (www.neom.com), is a developer and international marketer of software and patented technologies which link products, print, and physical objects directly to targeted online data, with expertise in homeland security and e-authentication applications. NeoMedia markets PaperClick(TM) and PaperClick for Cell Phones(TM), which link physical information and objects to the Internet, and its Systems Integration Group specializes in providing expert-based IT consulting, hardware, and software solutions.

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. With the exception of historical information contained herein, the matters discussed in this press release involve risk and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statement.

PaperClick and PaperClick For Cell Phones are trademarks of NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. Other trademarks are properties of their respective owners.

SOURCE: NeoMedia Technologies, Inc.



CONTACT: NeoMedia Technologies, Inc.
Charles T. Jensen, 239-337-3434
cjensen@neom.com
or
The Kaminer Group
David A. Kaminer, 914-684-1934
dkaminer@kamgrp.com

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NEOM: Refiles Patent Infringement Suits vs AirClic & Scanbuy

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 2004 08:42 AM

NeoMedia Technologies Inc (OTCBB: NEOM) refiled patent infringement lawsuits against AirClic Inc. and Scanbuy(TM), Inc. According to the release, the complaints against AirClic and Scanbuy were refiled after the original complaints were dismissed for lack of personal jurisdiction. "The court`s ruling did not consider the patent infringement aspects of the Complaint, but rather whether or not AirClic and Scanbuy had strong enough contacts with Illinois for the case to be heard and decided in that jurisdiction," said Jeffrey Pine of Baniak Pine & Gannon.
News from Neom & 12 Snap

From I-Hub Board!!

On the 12snap Website since tomorrow morning. (European time)

Neomedia CONTRACTS with 12snap for European launch of Paperclick for Nokia cell phones.

http://www.12snap.com/uk/press_lounge/index.php

Click on press releases.

I called Emma Ball from 12snap press contact. She said that she couldn`t tell me details about the contract, but 12snap can start NOW offering paperclick to their clients. Clients are keen on innovative news tools like paperclick.

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News on http://www.brandrepublic.com/digitalbulletin/news_story.cfm?articleID=209350&Origin=DB29042004>

12Snap to handle European launch of PaperClick
PaperClick: 12Snap to handle European launch
Peter Crush, Marketing Direct 07:00 29-04-2004
LONDON - Mobile advertising agency 12Snap will handle the European launch of PaperClick, a camera-phone technology that allows mobile phone users to take a picture of a barcode and be taken directly to the Wap site of that brand.

PaperClick has been developed by technology company NeoMedia and can be installed on to a mobile as a download, or via its infra-red or Blue Tooth port. Once on the phone, pictures taken of a product`s barcode will take the user to a dedicated Wap site where the consumer can use his phone to see exclusive offers or take part in competitions.

Currently the service has only been seen in the US and 12Snap will be promoting the European push of the technology. In Europe PaperClick only works on Nokia 3650 and 3660 handsets, but according to 12Snap spokeswoman Emma Ball, getting the technology on to people`s consciousness is the key aim of its deal with NeoMedia.

"New technology always takes longer to arrive then we think," she said. "But as PaperClick becomes compatible with more and more handsets, we want to communicate as early as possible to brands the enormous possibility this holds for them as a promotional or CRM tool."

Ball said she envisages 12Snap being the hub from which consumers will be able to download the software as brands begin to use the technology.

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FT. MYERS, Fla., May 17, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) --
NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB: NEOM), will show its patented PaperClick(R) technology platform and demonstrate how it meets the standards of the `Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act`(Check 21) at BAI TransPay 2004, starting tomorrow at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas.

PaperClick will be demonstrated in the IPSO booth (#135). IPSO (www.ipso-inc.org) integrates proprietary solutions developed by its provider companies for financial institution member companies, and is a leader in meeting Check 21 standards. Enacted by Congress and signed into law last year, Check 21 requires banks to begin accepting substitute checks, called IRDs (image replacement documents), in lieu of original checks as of October 29, 2004.

The 27th annual TransPay, produced by the Bank Administration Institute, which focuses on operations, payments and technology solutions and products, `provides a unique and ideal opportunity to showcase PaperClick and its applicability and value to the banking industry, especially in the IPSO booth,`said Charles T. Jensen, CPA, NeoMedia`s president, COO and acting CEO. `With the mandate for IRDs just around the corner, NeoMedia has solutions ready right now to meet the new Check 21 requirements.`

PaperClick, he said, supports MICR (magnetic ink character recognition) technology, with codes on checks scanned and transmitted through a secure electronic gateway into the payments system, and then through the Internet or an institution`s intranet.

`PaperClick provides quick and accurate access to audit trails of checks, which will be maintained in keeping with the mission of Check 21,`he said, noting that PaperClick codes can also verify the legitimacy of an original IRD or substitute check copy.

`IPSO confirms that there are more than 7,600 banks and 5,000 credit unions in the U.S. alone which will be required to accept IRDs as of October 29,`Jensen said. `By putting a PaperClick code on the IRD, control and authenticity of the document can be established and maintained.`

IPSO `Excited`About PaperClick Platform

`As chairman of the Accredited Standards Committee X9B (www.x9.org), I can report that we have established a standard for IRDs which serves all businesses involved with the U.S. Payments System,`said Chris Dowdell, IPSO`s president. `IPSO has accepted the challenge of providing a robust infrastructure for IRDs which is efficient and cost-effective. We are excited that PaperClick can deliver an important and reliable platform and capability for validating IRD authenticity to our member companies and all participants in the transaction life-cycle, and that PaperClick will be demonstrated in our TransPay booth.`

About NeoMedia Technologies, Inc.

NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. (www.neom.com), is a developer and international marketer of software and patented technologies which link products, print, and physical objects directly to targeted online data, with expertise in homeland security and e-authentication applications. NeoMedia markets PaperClick and PaperClick for Cell/Mobile Phones, which link physical information and objects to the Internet, and its Systems Integration Group specializes in providing expert-based IT consulting, hardware, and software solutions.

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. With the exception of historical information contained herein, the matters discussed in this press release involve risk and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statement.

PaperClick is a registered of NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. Other trademarks are properties of their respective owners

SOURCE: NeoMedia Technologies, Inc.

NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. Charles T. Jensen, 239-337-3434 cjensen@neom.com or The Kaminer Group David A. Kaminer, 914-684-1934 dkaminer@kamgrp.com

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Von Heute!!!
Wie werden wir
in Zukunft leben, Mr. Gates?

Von SVEN GÖSMANN, HANS-JÖRG VEHLEWALD und DANIEL BISKUP (Fotos)


Bill Gates (48), der reichste Mann der Welt. Sein Privatvermögen: 50 Milliarden Euro. Mit 19 gründete er 1975 die Software-Firma Microsoft.



Regiert uns in 30 Jahren ein PC? Regelt das Handy unser Leben? Operieren Computer ohne Ärzte? Microsoft-Gründer Bill Gates spricht weltexklusiv in BILD über seine Visionen für die Welt von morgen.
BILD: Mister Gates, wir leben in einer Welt voller Computer und Software. Wie wird der Computer in den nächsten 30 Jahren unser Leben verändern?

Bill Gates: Computer werden unser Leben einfacher machen. Sie werden auf gesprochene Befehle reagieren und unser Gesicht mit einer Kamera erkennen, unsere Handschrift lesen können. All diese Fähigkeiten werden uns den Umgang mit Handy, PC und Laptop erleichtern. Die Geräte werden außerdem drahtlos miteinander verbunden sein.


Info

Er spendet 2,5 Mrd. Euro im Jahr


BILD: Wozu soll das gut sein?

Gates: Damit wir wichtige Dokumente, die auf dem heimischen PC gespeichert sind, auf unser Handy oder den Laptop im Büro herunterladen können. Unser Terminkalender wird an der Pinnwand im Hausflur oder auf unserer Armbanduhr angezeigt. Fotos der Familie erscheinen auf dem Display im Auto oder auf dem Fernseher im Wohnzimmer, wenn wir wollen.



Zu schnell gefahren: Bill Gates, damals 22, geriet 1977 in eine Polizeikontrolle



BILD: Vor 10 Jahren war ein Handy noch Luxus. Heute benutzen es Millionen, telefonieren, fotografieren oder tauschen SMS aus. Wird unser Handy irgendwann normaler Computer?

Gates: Da könnte man auch fragen: Wird Autofahren irgendwann wichtiger als Laufen? Wir haben zwar alle Autos, aber das Laufen wurde deshalb noch nicht abgeschafft.

Im Ernst: Es wird immer Dinge geben, die wir lieber am Handy erledigen und andere, die wir nur auf dem PC tun. Wenn wir z B. ein Haus kaufen wollen und uns Angebote ansehen, wird uns ein kleines Foto auf dem Handy nicht genügen. Das würde ich mir lieber auf dem großen Bildschirm zu Hause angucken. Aber fest steht: Handy und Taschencomputer, so genannte Pocket-PCs, werden in der Zukunft unglaublich viel mehr Dinge für uns erledigen können.

BILD: Zum Beispiel?



Bill Gates beim Interview mit den BILD-Redakteuren Sven Gösmann (38, li.) und Hans-Jörg Vehlewald (39)

:eek::eek::eek:

Gates: Handys werden uns beim Einkaufen helfen. Sie werden den Strichcode auf Verpackungen lesen und uns automatisch aus dem Internet Infos über die Ware abrufen: Wie sie zum Beispiel in Tests abgeschnitten hat oder auch, ob ich sie anderswo billiger bekomme.Wir können mit dem Foto-Handy ein unbekanntes Verkehrsschild im Ausland übersetzen oder die Speisekarte im Restaurant. Und die Rechnung werden wir auch per Fingerabdruck oder Sprachbefehl am Telefon begleichen.
:eek::eek::eek:

BILD: Mr. Gates, Ihr Wohnhaus in Seattle steckt schon heute voll raffinierter elektronischer Tricks: Riesige Bildschirme zeigen auf Knopfdruck Kinderfotos, Naturbilder oder berühmte Gemälde, je nach Stimmung verändert sich die Farbe der Wände und die Beleuchtung. Wie wird diese Entwicklung weiter gehen, wie werden Sie zum Beispiel in der Zukunft fernsehen?


Gates: Sicher nicht mit einem DVD-Player. Diese Technik wird sich spätestens in 10 Jahren erledigt haben. Wenn man bedenkt, dass wir heute Musik oder Filme auf silbernen Speicherplatten mit uns herumtragen oder in den Computer einstecken müssen, ist das eigentlich lächerlich. Diese Dinger können zerkratzen oder einfach verloren gehen. Der Fernseher von morgen wird uns ganz einfach das zeigen, was wir wollen – und wann wir es wollen. Wenn wir nach Hause kommen, wird der Heimcomputer wissen, wer wir sind – weil er uns an der Stimme oder unserem Gesicht erkennt. Er wird wissen, was wir gerne gucken, unsere Lieblingsprogramme kennen und was zum Beispiel für unsere Kinder verboten ist. Er wird uns wahlweise Erinnerungsfotos der Familie zeigen – und auf Kommando alle Fotos von der Schwiegermutter aussortieren, wenn wir es wünschen. Oder uns die Late-Night-Show vom Vorabend abspielen. Und wenn wir wollen, können wir dabei auf demselben Bildschirm mit Freunden über die Sendung reden oder uns Kommentare schicken.


Lesen Sie morgen in BILD
hallo leute,gibt es für Euch noch offene Fragen???Neomedia wird seinen Weg machen!!!:)

passend zum Interview mit Bill Gates,welches ich gelesen habe,sehr interessant fand und NEOM`s Chuck Jensen darauf ansprach,ob es möglicherweise eine Partnerschaft mit MSFT geben könnte,wie die Zukunftsaussichten von NEOM sind etc.-am Abend seine-mysteriöse(??)-Antwort.....


:eek::eek::eek:

.....(mein name)...


Please scroll down to the seventh entry and see the results of a Meeting between Neom and Microsoft. This information was disclosed to the public vie this web site.




James Sivis
Sent: Thursday, July 01, 2004 3:25 PM
To: Chuck Jensen; Andrew Appelson; Dennis Macumber; ian.gertler@symplegades.com; Jon Greene; Rosemary Crump-Sims
Cc: Diane Heiser
Subject: FW: Robert Scoble`s Blog about our meeting yesterday



Nice work by Diane and, of-course, Chas.



Kind regards,



James Sivis




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Thursday, July 01, 2004
Great photos of first private space craft flight
Awesome pictures of Space Ship One.

2:32:23 AM comment [ ]

Microsoft`s customers get respect, study says
ComputerWorld reports: "When it comes to treating online customers with respect, Microsoft Corp. tops the list of the country`s top 100 companies, according to The Customer Respect Group Inc. in Bellevue, Wash."

2:30:48 AM comment [ ]

Netflix contacts blogger
Oh, Netflix paid some attention to the Hacking Netflix weblog. Nice to hear!

2:20:09 AM comment [ ]

MSN Search improves
MSN Search just got a lot better. Faster, and on my first few tests, much better results. What about for you?

2:17:41 AM comment [ ]

Conflict of interest disclosure
By the way, I do not currently own stock or financial interest in any company other than Microsoft. If I ever do take a position in another company, I`ll let you know. Particularly if I write about such a company.

1:57:39 AM comment [ ]

Tour around Microsoft Research
Well, if lunch wasn`t enough, this afternoon Kevin Schofield gave the Channel9 camera a tour through Microsoft Research.

I found some interesting things. For one, the inventor of the laser printer, Gary Starkweather, works at research (I got a tour of the lab where he works). For two, in that lab he has a really cool laser printer. Well, it looks like a printer to Visio. But it doesn`t print on paper. It actually cuts items out of plastic. So, you draw a shape in Visio (say a gear) and when you hit print it goes and cuts that gear out of a block of plastic). Wow, I want one of those.

While tooling around in the lab, I learned that we`re working on micro hardware too (Kevin introduced me to Mike Sinclair, who is working on MEMS, MicroElectroMechanicalSystems). I saw a machine which was about the same width as a human hair. It had a little tiny mirror. The mirror was built into a silicon chip. It could be moved up to 20,000 times per second. Enough to reflect light from a laser onto a wall and spell out words. This is a whole world I had never considered. I never thought Microsoft would be doing research into these micromachines. Read more about the MEMS research here.

"Why do research into hardware?" I asked Kevin. He answered that they needed to know about the kinds of software problems that would be coming at us, so they needed to get into the bleeding edge of hardware as well.

I think it`s all hogwash. Kevin also gave me a look at Rick Rashid`s office (he`s the guy who runs Microsoft Research). In his office is a treasure trove of Star Trek memorabilia.

That was just cool trivia, until I talked with Mike about what he wants to do with MEMS. Mike is thinking that he could make extremely inexpensive monitor components that would snap together like Legos. So, his micro machines might cover an entire wall for the same price that a 31-inch monitor costs today.

Oh, wait a second. Mike and Rick want to build the Holodeck! Oh, I hope they succeed.

I got a lot more too. But you`ll have to wait for the video.

1:32:09 AM comment [ ]

:):):):):):):):)

Killer camera phone application: barcodes and search
It`s not every day that you get to see a killer application for the first time. Today was such a day.

Chas Fritz, chairman of Neomedia Technologies and Diane Heiser, account manager, bought me lunch. No, that wasn`t the killer application. But it was pretty nice!

While munching on my hamburger (hey, I`m a cheap date) he pulled out his cell phone. Then he pulled out a deodorant product. He said something like "imagine you`re in a supermarket and you want to see if you`re getting the best price on something, like, say, this deodorant product." Then he aimed his camera phone (it was a standard old Nokia 3650, albeit with a plastic macro lens attached to it so it could do closeup shots) at the barcode on the back. He snapped a picture. Said "look at this, it`s connecting to our Web service." After a few seconds a Web page came back with a variety of information on the product and competitive pricing.

Now, this was obviously a bit of a mocked up demo, but it floored me. I hadn`t seen anyone actually demo such a thing. He did something similar with his business card (it has a barcode on it). Up came his personal web page (where`s your weblog Chas?)

He told me to imagine that every household item with barcode on it now is interactive. Imagine you`re a manufacturer. You can give interactive coupons to people to try to get them to switch to your product.

I started getting into it. Imagine you`re at a bus stop in Seattle. Did you know there`s a Web service that shows you where the next bus is located and how far away it is? At every bus stop there could be a bar code. You aim your camera at the bar code. Get back the Web service that`ll tell you how long you need to wait for your next bus.

Back to his demo. Then he pulled out "Smart Mobs," the famous book by Howard Rheingold. He pointed his cell phone at the bar code on the back. The retail price was $29.95. His Web service went and found a better price on Amazon (and he would be able to order the book easily without keying in any information).

So, why was Chas pitching me on this? Because his company, he says, owns patents for putting barcodes to use in searching the Web for information. Putting cell phone users in touch with companies directly. Imagine playing a Coca Cola game online. Point your phone at a can of Coke and the Web service would tell you whether or not you won. And, of course, would happily email you some coupons for your next Coke purchase.

By the way, thanks to Scott Shafer for setting up the lunch and being persistent in getting me to see this demo. Interesting stuff!

:):):):):):):):):):):)


1:08:38 AM comment [ ]

Spiderman brings out the geeks
Sorry for the lack of blogging lately, things have been going quite busy. Today was Maryam`s birthday, so took her and Patrick out to dinner and to see Spiderman 2.

While there saw Don Box while waiting in line. He had his kids out to see the movie too. He told me all about Amsterdam. Gave me the skinny on the latest Weblog meme: Business Oriented Agents. See Clemens Vaster`s blog for more on those. In the meantime, sit back and listen to Pat Helland, Don Box, and David Chappel singing "Bye Bye Mr. CIO Guy." Who said we don`t have a sense of humor in Redmond?

By the way, Spiderman 2 was better than the first one. Still won`t win any awards in my view (although the effects are pretty darn good and better than the first one`s). It`s OK to spend $9 on this one.

Oh, sitting behind me was an artist on the Halo 2 team. Sorry, didn`t catch his name. He told my son that he should be getting the beta soon. My son`s answer? "Sick."

In 10-year-old-lingo, that means "I am so excited to try it out I`m about to wet my pants so will you please hurry up and finish the darn thing?"

Yeah, you had to be there.

12:41:59 AM comment [ ]

Tuesday, June 29, 2004
Express team blogs


Und-was sagt Ihr dazu????

Vergleicht noch mal das Interview mit B. Gates :)


Viel Glück allen mit NEOM!!!!


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