Hall of Fame Adéla Sobotková Adéla was at the first meeting and worked closely with Tereza and Milena (I think) to develop content for the magazine. Everything then was experiment -- videos were pretty bad, no one had any real skills, and we didn't have any idea what we were doing or how to do it. But she led a pack of ragamuffins and tatterdemalions to create some of the first articles and invent some columns which would go on to become regular features. As a progenitor and visionary, Adéla, I bow to you. Tereza Marques (née Krátka) Tereza, Adéla, and Milena were inseparable, it seemed. They had no problem telling me how boring they found my classes and how much they loved working on Nothing. Well, the first two --Milena just liked hanging out. But work they did -- without them, those first issues would have been rather barren. Tereza! Hats off to you. Jirka Staněk Jirka showed absolutely no interest in this magazine at all until I told him we needed a video editor. He didn't know I meant someone to come up with ideas for videos, script, shoot, edit, and do everything with them. I don't think he ever submitted a single video, but he tried really hard to make things work. We played with a lot of technology the school invested in but never got off the ground. Microphones were bought and stolen. We couldn't sync the bluescreen. But we had some adventures together in Romania and Slovenia that I will always have a good laugh about. Poor guy. I was a real jerk. He suffered me well. A toast to you, good sir!