Wes Boyd: We focus on the problems. We focus on the turmoil. We focus on the places where . . . where bombs are going off. I’m sure this will be remembered as a global age.
Another thing. Just . . . It was 1994 . . . around ’92, ’94 when the Internet started to take off. It’s only been a little bit more than a decade. We almost can’t imagine a time when we couldn’t communicate for free with anybody in the world. And yet that’s the world we’re living in today. So it’s . . . You know it’s truly a golden age in a sense that the world has become a single place, a single community.