WOW, the list is still here. Any changes? I'm still a long but that's just by my own definition of what long-term really means. I've only been invested in INO for about 1 year and only traded shares early on. IOW, my definition of long is much like insiders of many good companies that rarely sell their holdings except under extenuating circumstances. So what is the current status of a typical INO long-term investor at this time? Let's see, the R/S plan was made public less than 60 days ago. Not much else has changed except the lack of project updates for whatever reason. For me, long-term is in terms of years, not months. I'd be interested to learn the variation in the meaning of long-tern between the other longs on this list. It might help to better clarify the disparity in the tenor of posts by different longs on this board. GLTA who hold genuine long-term INO positions.