I was trying to remember the last time I pulled one of these books off the shelf, and read a case in them. These Reporters go back to the founding of Florida in the mid Nineteenth century. I stopped buying them sometime in the nineties. First, case law became available on CDs, and now, as you are aware, legal research is done at a computer terminal. There is something magical, however, about sitting at this table, surrounded by open books, searching for a case that helps you in your current matter. I am beginning to sound like Michael Wade, pining after the days when a leather bound book was in my hands, holding the knowledge I needed. What do we miss with the Internet? Sights, sounds, smells, touch, and atmosphere. We have left the cloister and are bombarded with words made up of electrical signals. I hope there is room for both in our future.