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I don't have much in the way of hard information to add right now , but I do hope there will continue to be sharing here, even on a limited scale.

I've been hovering on the edges (of investing, since the initial offering and of this board since I found this medium for learning...), and am intrigued to find others who have a good feeling about the company and its prospects, despite the low numbers its shares have been offering.

I was a CAIS e-mail subscriber from the earlier days, when it was a small, woman-owned ISP... then bought by... then reconfigured, and then went public. Perhaps part of my interest is the fact of its being a local (DC-area) firm, but I can add that -- while I fear its new business strategies will eventually cause it, like others such, to lose interest in individual accounts like mine -- so far it continues to provide reliably fine service on my old dial-in account: on the very very few occasions when some tech support is needed, the 24/7 service has been generally accessible, patient and efficient, and the business office people also good to deal with...

...By which I mean to say that my experience of the "feel" of CAIS' service orientation is a satisfying one. Which is, in its way, a kind of asset I would hope is also part of its ultimate value out there within the niche it is seeking to build & hold.
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