This site was produced on an Apple Macintosh system, and proofed on an
IBM Aptiva running WIN95. The following software was used:
Barebones Software BBedit 4.0.1
Adobe Photoshop 3.0.5
Equilibrium Debabilizer 1.6.5
Avid/Digidesign Sound Designer 2.3
Netscape Navigator 2.02 and 3.0.1
Imagery was scanned and corrected on a Linotype-Hell Saphire
scanner, using LinoColor lite software.
This Website is the product of a collaborative effort between a number
of people involved with the evolution, development, and production of
HAL's Legacy: 2001's Computer as Dream and Reality.
Benjamin Williams of Blue
Period. was responsible for the graphic design of the site. Matt Wise
provided Java council.
Marney Smyth was the
project manager for the Web treatment of HAL's Legacy: 2001's Computer
as Dream and Reality. She is Producer/Editor with the Digital Projects
Lab at the MIT Press, where she is also responsible for the
development of online resources in the fields of cognitive and brain
Bob Prior, Acquisition Editor at
the MIT Press for HAL's Legacy: 2001's Computer as Dream and Reality,
has been an enthusiastic and energetic supporter of the site's
development, and a most generous source of ideas and innovative
Michael Rutter, Assistant Acquisitions Editor at the MIT Press,
performed the daunting task of running interference between
Production, Design, and WebTeam schedules. Indefatigable in
commitment, as he is graceful under pressure!
We would like to offer our most sincere thanks to the efficient and
courteous staff at Turner Broadcasting for their assistance in
providing stills from the film, and our thanks also to Yasuyo Iguchi
and the Design Department from the MIT Press, for their generous help
with artwork for this site.
David Stork, editor of HAL's
Legacy: 2001's Computer as Dream and Reality was a constant and
energetic presence in the development of the site. Finally, we are
grateful to Terry Ehling, Manager of the Digital Projects Lab at the
MIT Press, for her always timely and perceptive observations, and for
keeping both Eyes firmly on the Prize!