STEVE: And, for example, here I am in my fortress of solitude, as you frequently - or fortress of security or something. And, I mean, I’m behind a ton of protection. So that’s neat. But when I walk out of the house I’ve got my files on my thumb drive on my key ring. Now I’m outside of my network. And so now that’s not protected. And so I just, I mean, the kernel of the content - I’m not saying, I mean, Symantec’s not selling it. They don’t have it, either. But I just - I sort of got this interesting, it’s like protect the information, meaning that this notion of ownership and authentication and rights, the idea of digital rights being useful to end-users and part of our experience, part of our use of information so that, I mean, again, we are so far away from having that, it just makes your eyes cross. Because we’re talking about a whole 'nother infrastructure, and everyone having public and private keys and/or whatever, I mean, I don’t even know how we would do this. But it’s like, wow, that’s the answer. I mean, it’s impossible, but that’s the answer, is that fundamentally when we create files, the files protect themselves. And somehow they know who’s supposed to be able to open them to get the information out of them. It’s just an interesting idea.