As an editor at CMP Media's CommunicationsWeek, InternetWeek and CRN from 1994-2003, Amy Rogers Nazarov covered everything from standalone IP stacks to the rise of eBay to the Justice Department's antitrust proble of Microsoft. She hung out with Meg Whitman, Marc Andreessen and Eric Schmidt. She spent endless hours sitting through 90-slide Powerpoint presentations and once fell asleep *during* an interview (she was the one asking the questions). And she copped many free hors d'oeuvres in convention centers in Las Vegas, San Francisco and Atlanta, all of which made creative use of discarded drinking glasses in their elaborate light fixtures. In addition to covering Webby things, she writes about food and entertaining [at www.wordkitchen.net].