Yes, actually I think that the last ten years has been phenomenal in terms of actually rocketing us forward into a place where people can use games to talk about games, use games to talk about problems in society. And use games to sort of, uh, incite and motivate action, uh, in - in many, many ways. Political action. Um, social action. Being able to create awareness about problems. But also just, um, build a sense of confidence and creativity in the community of players that for a long time didn’t have those options. Um, the better computers get, the bigger - the bigger our infrastructure for communicating with one another gets, the closer the planet gets to a system that can communicate in real time every day and play with each other. And that to me is the goal is to create a society where everyone can participate in engaging in the systems of society, not a society where we’re all in our own little worlds. This, uh, this network that we’re creating right now is, it’s revolutionary. Um, and I’m really - I’m really one of those early internet people that believes that the internet will make the world a more peaceful and productive and safer place. I really do. It’s just a matter of getting there.