The rise in the stock's price can only be attributed to a flac's endorsement in the current issue of Smart Money. What it demonstrate's the power of getting positive publicity out and it's impact in getting buyers into the stock. And the relative inexperience of the company in doing its job in promoting itself and getting the word out. This is most unusual considering this is a communications company. I think it could be argued the company is still learning the ins and outs of being a public company. A question was asked at the annual meeting about marketing the company and increasing diversity of ownership. Smith and co. responded that they were continuing to make presentations to brokerage companies. But it should be noted here that there are many other ways to get the message out to the average John Doe retail customer--and this is what's needed to drive buyers into the stock. The proof of that approach is what we're seeing with the Smart Money article.