Well, I wasn’t there at the beginning of the Internet, but I was there at the beginning of the Web. And leading up to the Web, of course I knew of the Internet and would come across it and would use it periodically. And the thing that always amazed me about it is that it was just there. It wasn’t a giant announcement. It wasn’t a person. It wasn’t an organization. It was just there. If you knew where to look and how to get to it, it was there and it was powerful and you could do things with it. And so that was really unusual, and that struck my interest.
And so when the World Wide Web came along, it was that moment of knowing the thing that was there and that was so great was now suddenly accessible to people. And so it was pretty easy, in fact it was compelling, to get sucked into that. First through Netscape in the browser, and then after that through Mozilla, where we tried to bring that sense of it’s there, it’s powerful, it’s for you, go get involved, change it, make it yours, do something with it. First through the browser layer, which touches people, and increasingly through Mozilla through our communities of volunteers and participants around the world, to whom we try to give that spirit of you know, the Internet is ours. It’s for all of us. Get in there and make it ours. So I’m really honored to be part of this gathering. Thank you.