As far as I know it wasn't drugs, but I don't really want to get into her story because I don't know that much of it myself and I'm sure I'd get some of it wrong.
I enjoyed reading about how you started MTP and then got to TMF. I couldn't help shaking my head a bit. I remember the web in the days you're talking about. But unlike you, I had no faith that it would get anywhere. The first site I ever saw was for our local newspaper. Like you described, it was all text. At the time, only wealthy people had computers in their home. Furthermore, computers weren't user friendly like they are today. (I know that statement sets me up for a debate, but let's not.) It never occurred to me that the price would go down, that we'd have sound and pictures at one point and they'd be a lot simpler to use. Here we are today carrying computers in our pockets. (To me, smartphones are not phones; they're computers with phone capabilities.) Anyway, it's good to meet you and to be here.