I was looking at the latest issue of the Economist magazine and noticed a request by the government of Mauritius (small island nation off the east coast of Africa) for interested applicants for a private-public partnership to explore the uses of deep sea water for a variety of purposes from drinking water to pharmaceuticals. I wonder if CYAN would have interest in pursuing such dialogue with this government or if we are still too small to branch into other areas outside of Hawaii with our technological expertise.
I read the same ad, and thought the same thing. If they can't afford to build something, they should at least offer consulting servics. Or partner. It is to good an oppoertunity to ignore, and I presume that our ex-CEO is available to spend time on these type projects. He is the best qualified in any event. It would be a positive thing.