Okay. Enough for now. I've got the thing up and running. I need to do some *work* today -- it's quarter after four and I haven't even eaten lunch yet! More on the Russian Army in Grozny next time then. On my plate at the moment is a short story called "The Mailbox" from Cervene boticky ("Little Red Shoes"), a book of short stories by a Czech writer named Anna Zonová, who is from northern Bohemia. It's for a Web site on European literature in translation. I don't know yet when it will be launched or what it will be called. But I'm being paid to translate it, and for the moment, that's all that matters.