And in order to grow and operate this company in a really aggressive way, clearly we are going to start to seeing a lot more revenue or raise money. We have -- we talk to folks a lot about debt possibilities, about equity possibilities, we would really prefer to be something different when we need to avoid dilution or minimize dilution. But, part of our decision point is what do we do and when do we do it. The fact of the matter is that we could reduce our spending further. There is a number of things that we could do that could put us in a position where we could sort of tread water on cash usage somewhat indefinitely, because of just what we know about the GO-Global business and what it takes to support that and continue some sort of minimal activity with hopTo Work. That's not our preferred choice. But really what we need to see, I think before -- I would say that as a way to say that we have no intention of running this thing into brick wall and going bankrupt. But, to take a decision to add debt, we need a little more signal I think than we have right yet and I think that getting what we believe will get in terms of market signal with either the things that we are working on in the pipeline right now or what we expect to see when we get to synergy, those would be some of the key factors that our board will look at and help management make a decision about what the appropriate next step is.
in fairness Citrix could leverage hopTo and pick it up for a song. While such a "song" would be say 8x - 10x current mkt cap, it is still a song given IP etc. It could be that Citrix is leaning on hopTo to get it for peanuts ... Still do not discount MSFT. The very large number of relevant patents approved re the IP and the product relevancy and its lead make this compelling IMO for some of these bigger tech vendors