Oh, this is a real honor. Thank you very much. Back in 1980, working with the artificial intelligence guys, we had this idea we were going to make smart machines. But it needed to read good books, don’t you think? If we’re going to build a new overlord, it better be an educated overlord. And we just didn’t have very much online. And we calculated out that we could put all the books, music, video, everything, online. And we started on this project and realized what we really needed was a network. And so I joined into the Internet field and tried to get publishers online, and now libraries online. And I’d say all in all it’s going very well. I just had no idea it would take this long. We’re getting there, but there are lot of people that sort of aren’t coming around the corner very fast. And it’s things—actually, this award does help in that kind of world of trying to help the world move towards the dream of universal access to all knowledge that is one of the major components of what the Internet, I think, is for. Thank you very much.