And I do think in the next 10 years we’re going to see a tremendous number of breakthroughs and most of them are going to come from intelligent characters in games. Characters who can read our emotions based on sensing our facial features and characters that can speak with us vocally where we can have a conversation about certain things back and forth. I think once we start to have those characters and particularly characters that can remember our interactions with us, not just over the duration of the game but from game to game. I mean I’ve been playing games with Mario since 1983 I think it is and every time, every time I start a new game with Mario he has no idea who I am. but that’s not going to last. And 20 years from now people are going to - you know we’re going to - the characters will remember us. And they’ll remember everything we’ve ever done with them. And it’s going to make, it’s going to be - real game characters are going to be incredibly important in our lives. It’s weird to think about. I mean we look at it now with World of War Craft, people are going to play that game for 20, 30 years. That game’s not going anywhere. It’s going to be here. When you die, what should we do with your character? Should we have a little funeral service for your character and your character dies too? Or maybe do you pass it down to your children and your grandchildren and they carry on the legacy of this character? And once we have characters who remember you and know you, I guess I’ll just boldly step out and say 50 to 100 years from now the best way to get to know your ancestors will be to talk to the video game characters that they have bequeathed to you because they will have been there with them every moment of their lives.