Before jumping into why we've been dark for the past six weeks, let me start by first wishing each of you a very happy new year. Yes, it's been a little while since we've posted. There has been a lot going on and I will try and fill you in as to what we've been up to. There are two major initiatives well underway at Youth Trends that will ultimately reshape the company's image and offerings moving forward. First, on the research side of the business, we've been building a foundation over the past three months in order to launch the first of several international Youth Trends youth research reports. Based on our existing resources coupled with the amount of interest we received over the past year from brand marketers and media companies we will start first with the launch Youth Trends UK and Youth Trends Australia in the early part of the second quarter of this year. We are enormously excited to take our existing infrastructure we've built up here domestically and leverage our comprehensive model to create an international offering. This has been a huge task but we're confident that our strategy and hard work will pay off. Once we gain some traction and learnings from the first waves of Youth Trends UK and Youth Trends Australia we will begin to focus on Youth Trends Asia. A lot more to come with this, so stay tuned. Back here in the U.S. over the past six months we have been building out the next phase of the Youth Trends marketing services practice called Ignition. Ignition is a next generation word-of-mouth marketing platform that leverages the fast growing Youth Trends proprietary panel of tweens, teens, college students and young independents. We saw a large market opportunity for Ignition as early as 2006 and have been dedicating resources to its launch since July of 2007. As Youth Trends transitions from a pure play research company into a more diversified marketing services firm, we believe we have some distinct advantages to offer to the marketplace. First, we intend for Ignition for solely focus on the youth market, those young people between the ages of 8 and 28. We have no desire to have Ignition be all things for all people. The youth market is what we know and do best, hence the simple decision. Secondly, our existing focus and value proposition to our research clients--personalized and customized results and actionable follow ups bodes well as look at Ignition following a similar path in the word of mouth marketing space. Simply put, our word of mouth marketing clients will receive a highly measurable product that will feature a series of metrics that can be used a form of return on investment. As a company grounded in collecting and analyzing data, we're well positioned to migrate these tactics and learnings to the new Ignition platform. We're excited with all of our new endeavors and look forward to updating you on their progress. We're also happy to be back posting and we'll start 2008 just like we did with 2007 with key market trends we're focused on and certainly ones you should be aware of.