Answer: Henry. In the early days of multimedia it seemed like everyone had one of just a few names. There was Bill Atkinson, who created HyperCard, and Bill Appleton, who created SuperCard. Kevin Calhoun was the lead HyperCard programmer for a while, and Kevin Miller is the head of RunRev. Bob Stein was one of the founders of The Voyager Company, and along with Bob Abel was one of the pioneers in multimedia. Dan was another good choice, with there being Dan Winkler, author of the HyperTalk language, and Danny Goodman, author of many famous programming books. Henry would be a good name if you wanted to make motorcars, or marry lots of queens.