Thank you to the witnesses for coming.
In the last few weeks I have had the benefit of visiting both the Digital Media Zone at Ryerson and District 3 at Concordia. I had a chance to see some of the practical applications of what you're talking about, and the disruptive technology was pretty astounding.
We saw people who were developing clothes that track the patterns and movements of athletes who are trying to become as efficient and as strong as they can be and get instant feedback on what's efficient and what's not in what they're doing. I saw toys that teach six-year-olds how to build circuitry. There are some incredible innovations there.
At the Digital Media Zone I see what you're talking about in low-cost developments. I met a couple of app designers who are designing apps to run your home from wherever you are, and a receipt management app that was so practical. It was pretty amazing stuff.
I have a couple of questions and a couple of lines of thought.
First, as we try to put someone on a path to the next Google or BlackBerry or whatever their goal might be, as they're developing something, where do you fit in that mix? How far along that path are you looking to take folks? At what point would you pass them off, and where would they wind up moving on to from your areas?