Preston Gralla is the author of more than 30 books, including How the Internet Works, How Wireless Works, Windows XP in a Snap, and eBay in a Snap . He has written about technology for dozens of newspapers and magazines, including USA Today , the Los Angeles Times, PC Magazine, Computerworld , the Dallas Morning News (where he was a technology columnist), and many others. He was a founding editor of both PC Week and PC Computing , and an executive editor at CNet/ZDNet. As a well-known technology expert, he has made numerous appearances on television and radio, including CNN, MSNBC, ABC World News Now , the CBS Early Show , and many others. He has won numerous awards for his editing and writing, including Best Feature in a Computer Publication from the Computer Press Association.
Matt Brown is a San Francisco Bay-area consultant who has worked on creating Web pages for a number of years. He has edited more than 20 Dreamweaver and Photoshop books over the years , contributing most recently to Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004 Demystified (Macromedia Press).