I am preparing videos of the event at Barnes & Noble where friends of Zero talked about him, and about what he was like to live with and work with. It has taken a lot of time to do because, in a free discussion, there are a lot of sidetracks, and I'm trying to group together the subjects so that it's easier to watch.
Meanwhile, more of Zero's friends and family have been coming to see the show. And, much to Jim's delight and amazement, they are not only enjoying the play itself, but they leave with tears streaming down their faces, telling him that it's like being with Zero himself.
Anyway, back to editing this video. But we're thrilled that we're getting this kind of reception from the people who knew him best.
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