When you mix cocaine and heroin, you get a concoction that was once upon a time called a “speedball.” Two highly euphoric drugs married together to marinate your synapses in life-destroying pleasure — what could be better?

Well, how about two consecutive months of two articles per month in LinuxJournal?

Last month, you may have noticed my initials scrawled across two articles, the “Podcaster’s Shootout” comparison between Skype and Gizmo, and the more hardware-oriented review of the Teak 3018.

Well, this month the state of IT writing got even worse with the publication of the modest little volume you see at left. Inside you’ll find my comprehensive review of CeltX screenwriting software, which I’ve recently used to write the script of a miniseries entitled Down From Ten.
Also buried within these silken pages is a survey of some of the best and most useful Firefox extensions, including some for circumventing totalitarian firewalls and other such nonsense.

What can I say? I’ve been busy. And you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.