In case you've been wondering about the stock action - up and down around $6 per share: I understand that this is connected with the liquidation of the Laurus Fund, which received a significant number of shares when the $5 million convertible note to them (that, since 2006, was carrying an interest rate of 9.75%) was, according to the terms of the note, converted into shares. Laurus has been in the process of liquidation since 2008, so they're selling in chunks whenever the stock gets above the conversion price. I think this process will be over in several months, during which time existing shareholders will continue to increase their holdings.
Do a Google search using first "Laurus Master Fund", then an advanced search using "liquidation". There lots of hits, all too complex for me. My original source was a friend who knows more about these things than I do.