Rich Morin has been programming computers for about 35 years, starting with a student account on Stanford University's pioneering Wylbur timesharing system. He has been using Unix since the early 80's. Rich does technical editing and writing, programming, and web development. He is particularly interested in ways to combine human- and computer-generated information. Rich lives a bit north of Silicon Valley, with his spouse, Vicki Brown, and their cats. Visit his website at http://cfcl.com/rdm.