Every Sign-On package comes with a FREE database of daily greetings of a motivational nature.  With your annual service agreement, new greetings will be sent at the year's end free of charge!

You may 
purchase additional databases, each containing enough greetings for over a year. Refer to the selection below. Any greetings you buy with your initial Sign-On package will be discounted. You are welcome to purchase new collections at any time. An active annual service agreement entitles you to discounts on greetings.

Any number of databases may be run consecutively. You decide which ones will display by setting them to "Active." A simple menu option allows you to easily change the display sequence.


This database is included, free of charge, with each Sign-On program package. The brief messages, covering a wide variety of subjects, will inspire, challenge, or amuse.

"Life is a grindstone. Whether it grinds us down or polishes us up, depends on what we are made of."

Movie Trivia Question & Answer

Think you know your films? This group of questions and answers is bound to be a box office sellout. See how much you really know about movies, from the classic silents to more recent hits.

In the 1996 family film Dragon Heart, who spoke the part of Draco?

TV Trivia Question & Answer

Do you remember black and white TV?? Test patterns?? Test your TV IQ. It's as much fun as afternoon soaps ... a must for every Sign-On shop.

BAYWATCH Lifeguard Shauni McClain always uses what brand of sun screen on the beach?

Famous birthdays

So which famous folks were born on MY birthday? And how old are they really? What is the name of the man born on June 16th who invented the cathode ray tube (your computer screen)? Find out in the "Birthdays" database.

Happy Birthday to You and these famous folks born on the Fourth of July: 1872/Calvin Coolidge/ 30th American president, born in Vermont ~1900/Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong ~ 1918/Ann Landers & Abigail VanBuren ~ 1943/Geraldo ~ 1790/Sir George Everest/surveyor-general of India with a mountain named in his honor.

On this day in history

A collection of brief, often irreverant peeks at what man has been up to during his stay on planet Earth. Add it to your collection of databases for Sign-On and learn exciting facts like this:

Attention all Triskaidekaphobes: Arnold Schoenberg, Austrian composer born on September 13th, died on July 13th in 1951. He had been so obsessed with the unluckiness of the number 13, he deliberately misspelled the name of his opera, "Moses and Aron".

Bread of Life

Mini lessons, brief quotes, and helpful reminders about the Good News sent by God to us through His prophets, His Son, and His disciples. Put a 60-second Bible study on your Sign-On screen with this database.

The one who says "I know Him", but does not do what He commands is a liar, and the truth is not in him. But if anyone obeys His word, God’s love is truly made complete in him. Whoever claims to live in Him must walk as Jesus did.    I John 2:4-6

Sports, Sports, Sports

Who invented the "screwball"? What was significant about the 1992 "Dream Team" and who was on it? Did they really have bowling in Fred Flintsones’s day? Score big with your users by adding the "Sports" database to your Sign-On screen.

The cities of Pisa and Elis, Greece, both claim to have originated the idea of a competition in the Olympia valley. In 884 BC, they declared a truce between their warring communities so the games could be held in place of war. The only event was a footrace.

trivia question and answer

Drive yourself crazy trying to remember that answer you know you know but just can’t call to mind right now........(just give me a minute, will you?!!)

Five seas have colors as their names. Can you name these colorful bodies of water?