I am not a stock analyst or picker but mainly an enthusiast of the technology stock market. During the 1990's I had my own company called Reid Technology Exchange, Inc. I was essentially involved in the deployment of telecommuting solutions for sales force automation. During my tenure at Reid Technology Exchange, Inc. I had developed channel relationships with 3Com, Acer America, and HP. I was also very much involved in the marketing of Intel processors and new, used and refurbished laptops. Therefore, I possess a very clear understanding of the hardware side of the information technology industry. My software expertise, if you can call it that. Resides in the biometric security features of hardware computing solutions. I was actually involved in negotiations with a Canadian firm known as Computrace. I was well known in the 1990's as a regular attendant at Interop which took place at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City.