Following my discussions with Gary, I decided I would write an oral history to capture the history of how competition in the US telecom market was created. I began by interviewing many of the people who were there. However, it became apparent to me that a two-dimensional book would lose so much of the story. This meant that I had to turn to film! However, despite having a college degree in theater, I had no experience in filmmaking. I then proceeded to talk to everyone I could to learn; but it soon became apparent that the only way to learn how to make a film was to do it! My husband and I had talked at length about highlighting the zebrafish, a research animal he worked on and loved, and so, I had my subject. And one day, I woke up, asked friends for the name of a production company, and spent the next year plus making my first film, a short documentary called, Zebrafish: Practically People (www.zebrafishfilm.org). The film was extremely well-received, and we even were finalists at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. This put me on track to begin work on fulfilling my dream of capturing the story of how competition was created in the U.S. telecom market.