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To invest in AMIX is to believe that we truly live in the information age; to accept that in our age information is a commodity as tangible as wheat, live hogs, Swiss francs, or the S&P500 index; that a self-regulated market in which information can be exchanged will inevitably emerge and prosper just as markets have developed throughout history for whatever was valued in that era; and that embodied in AMIX is the basis for the first true efficient market of the information age.

I believe in all of these things. I think AMIX was a sound investment when we funded it, and I believe it merits continuing our investment as planned.

I hope we will see AMIX through to the ultimate verdict of the marketplace, the information market that AMIX hopes to create.[Footnote]

Editor: John Walker