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KinderView Technology Now in Texas and Mississippi Preschools; Precious Child Learning Centers in Amarillo, Texas and Mother Goose of Oxford in Oxford, Miss. Embrace Age of Cyber Parenting.

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 2, 1998--The KinderView division of Cyber-Signs Inc, a leading Internet company specializing in child care technology, today announced that Precious Child Learning Centers in Amarillo, Texas and Mother Goose of Oxford in Oxford, Miss. have entered into an alliance contracting the KinderView Network in those centers.

Through the KinderView Network, parents can log in through the Internet browser on their desktop computer for a window into their child's classroom. No special software or hardware is required for authorized access.

Cameras or small viewing devices are installed in the corner of each room of the day care centers and parents are given a secure login name and password with which to view their child during the day. For security purposes, these passwords only allow access into each respective child's classroom. KinderView provides training for the center directors and teachers as well as the parents using the system.

"Daycare is a difficult, but necessary choice for most of our parents," said Kelli Dickins, co-owner and director of Mother Goose of Oxford in Oxford, Miss. "The KinderView Network eases the anxiety most of our parents feel when leaving their child with us since they don't feel like they are that far away from their child."

"We strive to provide our customers with the highest quality of child care available," said Larry Baker, owner of the Precious Child Learning Centers in Amarillo, Texas. "So when we learned about the KinderView Network we were anxious to sign up, realizing we could provide parents with first hand information about their child's interaction with teachers and other children in a safe, secure manner right from where the parent worked."

"In today's society, more and more parents are forced to work and there is a lot of anxiety over the whole child care issue," said Tom Grafton, chief executive officer of KinderView. "We are delighted to be working with these centers in providing a secure way for parents to keep a watchful eye on their child right from their desktop computer while they are at work and away from their child."

KinderView has centers under contract in Arizona, California, Mississippi, Texas and Florida. Centers are offered an affordable package for hooking up and running the system. The schools can then quickly recover their initial investment costs through increased enrollment and parent subscriptions.

KinderView is a leading Internet viewing solutions developer with offices in Washington D.C. and San Diego. For more information, contact KinderView corporate headquarters at 877/458-5437, by e-mail info@kinderview.com or visit the company's Web site at www.kinderview.com.

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