Negative reputation, that is. A share of GDP per se means nothing, but I have to assume that a higher national expenditure in technology would mean, on average, greater productivity, wouldn’t it? My take is that there’s still a very low literacy in our country with respect to computers, let alone the Internet. Computers are still perceived, in my view, as an evil tool that takes away the naivety of our activities – in all fields, from production to poem writing – but that’s our policies’ fault, mainly, I cannot hold guilty the wide masses of workers and petty enterpreneurs who simply were left alone to cope with the transition. I guess today’s austerity and budget rationalisation strategy does not plan to improve on this, so here we are – the most backward top economy in the world. If it lasts. I mean, the ‘top economy’ bit.