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Any discussion of costs leads inevitably to my next topic.  Today, our world is becoming ever smaller and more integrated.  Ill use myself as an example. I have staff working in seven major facilities and in cities throughout the nation (in Atlanta, Washington, Austin, Oklahoma City, and New York) and soon throughout the world.  And yet, through traditional and wireless communications systems, email, faxes, and video-conferencing, we seem in many ways closer together than ever before.