By selling a few years back you saved yourself a few years of frustration. I'm well in the black now but I only have myself to thank because I bought a bunch of shares in the 20s and 30s and some more later. I didnt buy because I thought it was a good company but because they seemed to have a knack for survival and that someday maybe they would have a good idea and be able to execute it. In the years following they have fumbled and bumbled business after business. A look at a longterm chart says it all. Now, here comes Ting. A business with potential but I have little hope that they will be able to make a significant success of it. The Ting team/army seems to have some energy and creativity but their marketing will be limited to facebook, twitter, and a bunch of irrelevant blogs and obscure internet publications. I'll be shocked if they ever create any significant brand awareness. Any MNVO can do what Ting is doing and with some marketing skill will leave Tucows in the dust just like GoDaddy did.