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John Kuhlman is a full-time writer who plays graphic designer and Web developer while most normal people are sleeping. His more notable projects include FreeHand MX (Virtual Training Company, 2003) and a co-author role in HTML/XHTML/XML Magic (New Riders Publishing, 2001). In addition, he has written numerous articles on online marketing and public relations. John is also the founder of Kreativwerks (www.kreativwerks.com), a communications design studio specializing in online brand development.

Sean R. Nicholson is the network administrator and Web developer for the Career Services Center at the University of Missouri Kansas City. He and his development teams architect, develop, and manage foundation and backend execution for programs such as the CareerExec Employment Database (www.careerexec.com), UMKC Career Services Website (www.career.umkc.edu), UMKC's Virtual Career Fair (www.umkc.edu/virtualfair), and Kansas City United (www.kansascityunited.com). Sean also does private contract work and consulting on database and Web development with organizations and individuals. Sean's technical publications include Dreamweaver MX 2004 and Databases, Dreamweaver MX Magic, Inside UltraDev 4, Discover Excel 97, and Teach Yourself Outlook 98 in 24 Hours, and he has written several legal articles ranging in topics from Canadian water rights to the protection of historic artifacts lost at sea.

Emily Sherrill Weadock is an award-winning graphic artist, author, animator, and illustrator whose talent ranges from technical illustration to 3D animation and Web site design. She has illustrated eighteen books and written two, Flash 5 Quick Reference For Dummies and Creating Cool PowerPoint 97 Presentations. Before trading brushes for mice, Emily enjoyed success as a mixed-media construction artist. She studied art at SMU and Baylor University.

Glenn Weadock is president of Independent Software, Inc. (ISI), a Colorado-based computer consulting firm he co-founded in 1982. ISI provides Web design, technical training, and consulting services to clients such as Global Knowledge, Ernst & Young, and Avaya Communications. Glenn has taught advanced technical seminars all over the world, and has written twenty books published in five languages, including Look & Learn Dreamweaver 4.

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