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Thanks for the follow-up. I note you state, "What they like is short pieces..." Note my original comment starts, "...the use of long form print..." Following in that vein I guess I am thinking of something like my current "personal" reading project, Churchill's six volume History of the Second World War. I cannot see much more market for something like that, even traditional textbooks and journals would be a challenge. So your comment seems clever and insightful, "It just may be a stylus." That gives us something to think about with regards to the continuing education products I mention. Do we need short you-tube videos with some sort of interaction? Will text books be completely on-line with videos and short paragraphs versus a lot of hard bound text? What happens to the Journals? Whatever the answer I think the change is needed just to set in may ways to see what it might look like.