Some Labor Day Critiques

First off I'd like to wish everyone a happy labor day and a fond farewell to summer. As I drink my morning coffee this Labor Day morning I started to go through my inbox and came across the following blogs. The Trouble With Everything is a blog about alot of things and I've found that it has some troubles itself. First and foremost is the fact that it is not by any means a consistent blog (Not that I can harp on this one too much lately) but I am talking about months at a time with no activity. You should try to keep some consistency while blogging so people will know that at least once a week you will have posted a new thought or story. The next thing I would do would be to add a sitemeter to see how many visitors you have coming into your blog. I would then edit out the Google News and Edit Me links in the link section and put in some other blogs of interest. Other than that the blog itself has some potential and has some interesting stuff.
Next we have Ashish's blog that is the opposite of our previous blogger. It has not many troubles, in fact, it is set up perfectly with interesting content and from the site counter, a decent following. Ashish has a good eye for the unusual and for interesting things and that is what you'll find in this blog. A definite blog to put into your "visit soon" file.
Last but not least is the blog called Good To Know It. It's well puzzling. Literally. This person is very into puzzles and that is what alot of this blog is about. It's very plain looking and not too many bells and whistles, but it has a dedicated blogger who loves his hobby and presents it well to the world.



Homeland Integrated Security Systems
.0002/per share
  • Products include the Cyber Tracker, Cyber Rad, Cyber Shield, and Act Soft Software.
  • At the end of this quarter they had 25,000 dollars in cash on hand. You can check out their financial report here.
  • HISC has had positive press on various TV stations including HGTV over the years.
  • The cyber tracker is on the Nextel system.

HISC is one of those penny stock companies that offer a strong product line with some revenue behind them. At this time they are not setting the world on fire, but the company is in a positive spiral and there is some decent management behind it as well. I would look at the website and do your home work with this one. I can see this company doing a reverse split in the future do to its high volume of shares out there. Hopefully this won't be the case though. Possible share buybacks have been discussed in the past and hopefully this will be the path the management takes.