...to Kirsten Windelov, whose idea this kinda was. To Conor Cradden who helped give it clarity, backbone and sense. To Paul Cochrane, who started clearing the way years ago. To Wendy Caird, who saw everything so clearly, and John Watson for the kind of support that only comes once in a lifetime. And Laura Kansanen, for funk and a friendly tap on the shoulder at just the right time. And Charles Heckscher, for making us think about all this stuff for years. And Natasha Andrews, for running the FaceBook site & keepin' it real. And Brendan Martin, who has that rare combination of genius, humour and humility. To Paul Nowak and John Woods for positive reactions just when they were needed most. And a perfect stranger called David Miles - a freelance Canadian PHP guru - the guy who sorted out the code for the Online Library for no other reason than he's a nice guy. And the very good folk at La Clinique des Vallees, but more on that another day. And to the champions who are collectively building Flickr, for providing a graphical base which we could never have afforded to buy (we'll be thanking the individual photographers as soon as we manage to track back to where the images came from!) And to Google, despite their blunder in China, because they're a good employer and they come up with great stuff and just give it away, and somehow that works. Where'd we be without that kind of thinking?