Craig James Johnston has been involved with technology since his highschool days at Glenwood High in Durban, South Africa, when his school wasgiven some Apple 2 Euro Pluses. From that moment, technology captivated him,and he has owned, supported, evangelized, and written about it ever since.Craig has been involved in designing and supporting large-scale enterprise networkswith integrated email and directory services since 1989. Craig has heldmany different IT-related positions in his career, ranging from sales support engineerto mobile engineering a 35,000-smartphone infrastructure at a large bank.In addition to designing and supporting mobile computing environments, Craigwrites about them for Smartphone Essentials and CrackBerry.com, a leadingBlackBerry blog. Craig also co-hosts the CrackBerry.com podcast and his ownMobile Computing Authority podcast.You can also see Craig's previous publishedwork in his books Professional BlackBerry and My BlackBerry Curve.Craig enjoys high-horsepower, high-speed vehicles and tries very hard to keepto the speed limits while driving them.Originally from Durban, South Africa, Craig has lived in the United Kingdom,the San Francisco Bay Area, and New Jersey, where he now lives with his wifeKaren and a couple of cats. Joe Hutsko is the author of Green Gadgets for Dummies and Macs All-in-One forDummies, Second Edition. For more than two decades, Joe has written aboutcomputers, gadgets, and video games for numerous publications and websites,including The New York Times, Macworld, PC World, Fortune, Newsweek, PopularScience, TV Guide, The Washington Post, Wired, Gamespot, MSNBC, and Salon.Joe's first novel, The Deal,was recently rereleased in trade paperback with anew foreword by the author (tinyurl.com/hutskodeal), and you can find links toJoe's stories on his tech blog, JOEyGADGET.com.As a kid, Joe built a shortwave radio, played with electronic project kits, andlearned the basics of the BASIC programming language on his first computer,the Commodore Vic 20. In his teens, he picked strawberries to buy his firstApple II computer. Four years after that purchase (in 1984), he wound up workingfor Apple, where he became the personal technology guru for the company'schairman and CEO. Joe left Apple in 1988 to become a writer and workedon and off for other high-tech companies, including Steve Jobs' one-time NeXT.He authored a number of video game strategy guides, including the bestsellersDonkey Kong Country Game Secrets: The Unauthorized Edition and RebelAssault: The Official Insiders Guide.All comments, suggestions, and feedback are welcome, including positive andnegative.