I don't really trust Yahoo's numbers. If you look at the short % of float number it's only 6.62%. How can that be with the numbers they have posted? If the number of shares short is 144k and the float is 733k (these are yahoo numbers), then the short % of float should be 144k/733k which is around 20%, not 6.62%.
I tend to agree with Chris on this and I'm definitely not short. Everyone knows the magic number - 2.63. I would love to see it close far above that number because then they'd be able to at least raise more money from the Aspire deal, but seeing how things have played out time and time again it seems unlikely.