If at first you don't succeed, change your name to SeaMonkey. Techies in the 1990s might remember the Mozilla Application Suite, Mozilla's first crack at an all-in-one productivity tool for the Internet that crashed under the weight of its code. And while SeaMonkey shares code with Mozilla's Netscape browser, Thunderbird email and news reader client, and ChatZilla IRC client, the suite doesn't suffer from the bloat of its predecessor. None of SeaMonkey's individual modules really stand out, but its built-in WYSIWYG HTML 4 editor might be handy for web-page designers, editors and IT types. It's also skinnable.