Although the content of truthalyzer.com is as up-to-date as I can make it, the computer and software I use to compose first drafts of my posts could not be more retro. (Click here for an explanation of why I use a vintage 1984 IBM Portable and a text editor from long-defunct Central Point Software rather than contemporary products like Apple’s iPad running the Pages app.)
My thanks to Matt Mullenweg and his teammates at WordPress for their blogging software, and to Arun Kale, who created The Morning After magazine-style theme — the essential tools used to craft and present truthalyzer.com.
But enough about my tools. The primary reason for the Credits page is to give proper recognition to the sources of the photos that appear on truthalyzer.com.
When credits are printed on photos, referenced in adjoining text and links, or included in the file names of JPGs, they are not repeated below. The following list of credits is formatted to indicate photo location/page – description, credit/link:
Frontpage header – Keyboarding, from mydailyclarity.com
About – Storm clouds, from serendipity in a day
About – Earth petri dish, from Vanderbilt University
Twelve crises – Species extinction collage, from Students Against Climate Change
Twelve crises – Oil well near Beaumont, Texas, by John Collignon
Twelve crises – Population overshoot blackboard diagram, from The Oil Drum
Twelve crises – Hand-operated water pump, from Water Encyclopedia
Scenarios – The Soiling of Old Glory, by Stanley J. Forman, from Slate
Scenarios – The Harvest Wagon, by George Stubbs (1724-1806), from Bridgeman
Scenarios – Earth climate change, from The Daily Galaxy
Scenarios – New York (for cover of book, Homo disparitus), by Francois Baranger
Scenarios – Roadblock/Road Closed, by Andrew Bolte on Flickr
Credits – Image of IBM Portable from F.J. Kraan.
Contact – Shaun of the Dead mob, from Best-Horror-Movies.com
Posts – Blood feud in Palestine, from CNN
Posts – Unemployment reports lie, Roosevelt Memorial, by threeleggeddog on Flickr
Posts – Obama and Superman, originally posted on Barack Obama’s senate website, obama.senate.gov, which is no longer active
Posts – Obama warns of catastrophe, by Saul Loeb, AFP/Getty Images
Posts – State secrets, Extraordinary Rendition, from DSI Comedy Theater
Posts – Grapes of Wrath II, Ontario tent city, by daniel.gene on Flickr
Posts – Satellite collision, tracked objects around Earth, from Center for Orbital and Reentry Debris Studies
Posts – It’s his fault, Lloyd Blankfein, from zimbio
Posts – A glimpse at what’s wrong, Wile E. Coyote, Warner Brothers Looney Tunes
Posts – The best way to rob a bank is to own one, frame from Moyers-Black interview video at vodpod.com
Posts – Ethanol is a scam! Corn ear-gas pump from University of Florida Extension
Posts – You’re ready for The Big One, right? Custom receipt, from customreceipt.com
Posts – Will humanity survive the current extinction? Plesiosaur fossil, from Camp Internet
Posts – Hacked! Image from LindaCaroll.com
Posts – Is this website hazardous to one’s health? Image from Reader’s Digest Canada.
Posts – Are humans smarter than yeast? Image from Ghent University.
Posts – Guest essay: The Paradise Imperative. Image from IE University’s Sapiens Tribune – liberal arts blog.
Posts – Climate change: Fire or ice? Image from Siliconeer.
Posts – The economy is the least of our problems. Godzilla barely visible during dust storm, from avixyz on Flickr.
Posts – Infinite monkeys, finite resources. Chimp typing, from Deluxe.
Posts – A (shooting) gallery of alternative energy sources. Shooting gallery, from carnivalshooter.com.
Posts – Guest essay: Life after growth. Earth-in-hands, from Hazel8500.
Posts – World Water Day. Tap by Tim Dillon, from USA TODAY.
Posts – Earth Hour 2010. Earth clock, from Recanto das Palavras.
Posts – Is Earth past the tipping point? Frame from video by that title, produced by the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment.
Posts – Earth Day(dreaming). Environmental-themed-day globe from TreeHugger.
Posts – Gulf oil spill a reminder of our limits. Oil rig fire photo from U.S. Coast Guard.
Posts – The planet isn’t goin’ anywhere. We are. Promotional photo for HBO special, “It’s Bad for Ya.”
Posts – Garbage planet. Bank of the Planet ad from Ads of the World.
Post – Paradise LOST. Logo from LOST series website at ABC.
Posts – (Half) Life in the Atomic Age. Logo from Flubber.
Posts – No, James Lovelock did not ‘bail out’ on climate change. Image from the UK’s Telegraph.
Posts – We’re 98% chimp. Image of Ham the Astrochimp on cover of Life, February 10, 1961, from Life Magazine Connection.
Posts – Sometimes you have to go backward to progress. Image of IBM Portable from F.J. Kraan. (Photo also used on this Credits page.)
Posts – David Attenborough says… Image of Yersinia pestis from Medieval Histories.
Posts – Four close calls for humanity… Image of Yellowstone Caldera from National Park Service; Comet 73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann fragments from NASA; nuclear explosion from National Nuclear Security Administration; Klebsiella planticola from Cracked; crowd photo from James Cridland on Flikr.