I had exhibited in Javitz before, and initially I could notfind the development it was in a small basement show hall under the mainhall. There were just two short aisles of booths, with companies likeNetcom, and dealers of TCP/IP program for Windows computers. Onebooth was stacked 6 feet high with empty boxes in their "Internet in a Box"product which wasn't quite ready, so the joke was that the product wasjust the box. UPI had worked well for us in our early years, but it was a dyingorganization. Once one of the great newswires, it had fallen on hardtimes and been via a chain of householders. Eventually it would loseall its newspaper consumers and be sold to the Saudis and finally theMoonies. In 1992 it still was enough of a serious newsorganization, but to expand ClariNet it was time to try to get thebig boys the Associated Press and Reuters. I entered initialcontract talks they were going to be a load more expensive, but wehad grown and could afford it. However, unlike UPI, Reuters didno editorial class of stories at our level of product, and APdid a fairly meager class of their stripped down AP Onlineproduct. I have said that this represents the maximum level of computing device reliabilitypossible. I call it "M5 Reliability.