Dorothy and I landed in Raleigh this morning for a meeting, and when I turned on my Blackberry, I found a voicemail message waiting for me. The caller said he had some bad news and that I should call him right away. I did and learned that one of our former Glow Worm employees, Jorge Castrillon, passed away last night. Jorge, for those who didn't know him, was very young--still in his twenties-- and one of the most exuberant, boisterous, and good-natured people I've ever met. The kind of person who was so full of life, it's impossible to imagine him in death. Even now. Because we were so focused on the business at hand today, we haven't had the chance yet to let it fully sink in. But as tragic as this news was, it was also interesting to see how it reached many of the people who knew and cared about him: via Facebook. They saw the eulogies left by others on his page, then left their own. To be seen by others. And others. The social network as disseminator of news, healer of the wounded. We'll miss you, Jorge.