Tony Bove and Cheryl Rhodes have kicked around the computer industry for decades. They edited the influential newsletter, "Bove & Rhodes Inside Report on New Media," and wrote weekly and monthly columns and feature articles for computer-industry magazines including "Computer Currents" (for computer users), "Nextworld" (for computer professionals), and "NewMedia" (for multimedia professionals). They also co-founded and edited "Desktop Publishing/Publish" magazine (for publishing professionals).Tracing the personal computer revolution back to the '60s, Bove and Rhodes produced a CD-ROM interactive documentary in 1996, "Haight-Ashbury in the Sixties" (featuring music from the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and the Jefferson Airplane). Bove and Rhodes have written over a dozen books on computing, desktop publishing, and multimedia, including at least one bestseller, "The Art of Desktop Publishing" (Bantam); a series of books about Macromedia Director that includes "Macromedia Lingo Studio" and "Official Macromedia Director Studio" (Random House); the long-running "Adobe Illustrator: The Official Handbook for Designers" (Random House) now in its fourth edition; "Desktop Publishing with PageMaker and PageMaker 4: The Basics" (Wiley Publishing, Inc.); and "The Well-Connected Macintosh" (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich).Tony Bove has been a director of enterprise marketing for a large software company, as well as a communications director and technical publications manager. He also developed the Rockument music site, www.rockument.com, with commentary and radio programs focused on rock music history. In addition, he is a founding member of the Flying Other Brothers band (www.flyingotherbros.com).Cheryl Rhodes is an education specialist, researcher, and advocate. She founded and served as director of the Pacific Community Charter School, and worked as a professional courseware designer for ComputerTown USA (a National Science Foundation project) and the Lawrence Hall of Science, as well as an instructor in computer courses at elementary and high schools.