The 2012 Edition of Planet Waves : Project Credits

Mr. Reality Check by Carlos Cedillo

Mr. Reality Check by Carlos Cedillo

Eric Francis, Editor & Art Director
Sarah Bissonnette-Adler, Production Manager & Graphic Artist
Anatoly Ryzhenko, Web Developer & Professor of Engrish
Chelsea Bottinelli, Business Manager & Customer Service
Rachel Andrews, Articles Editor
Kirsti Melto, Astrology Assistant
Amanda Painter, Editorial Assistant
Jessica Keet, Copy Editor
Chris Clarke, Custom Database Programming
Stacia Kilpatrick, Sign Research
A. B. Levy, Sign Research
Eric Traub, Business Consultant
Valentina Serra, Accountant
Andrew Slater, Accountant
Michael B. Ackerman, IP Attorney

Published by Planet Waves, Inc., a Washington State Corporation.

All Rights Reserved.

Charts in “Charts” area were cast in Solar Fire.

For display charts, Eric uses Time Cycles Research, and for minor planets,

A big shout out to Tech-Smiths of New Paltz, NY for recovering our lost data at the very end of the project, and to Gilbert Plantinga for 21 years of Macintosh help right up to this weekend – and for telling us about Tech-Smiths.

Special thanks to Beth Bagner & Turtle Terrapin.

From the Serennu ephemeris by Tracy

From the Serennu ephemeris by Tracy

Ephemeris Programmer
Tracy Delaney

The theme music for the audio segments is “A New Order” composed and performed by Canadian recording artist Tino Izzo, from his CD Four September Suns. The audio files were prepared for the Internet by Sarah Bissonnette-Adler. The entire project was recorded on a Zoom H4n portable digital system, and processed in Audacity.

Fe Bongolan
Phil Brachi
Maya Cointreau
Chris Countryman
Christine DeLorey
Adrienne Elise
Eric Francis
Judith Gayle
Dale O’Brien
Barbara Rosen
Bruce Scofield
Philip Sedgwick
Janice Seward
Sarah Taylor

Anthony Ayiomamitis
Carlos Cedillo
Eric Francis
Neisha Hirsch
Carol McCloud
Pamela Turczyn

Inspiration, move me brightly
light the song with sense and color,
hold away despair
More than this I will not ask
faced with mysteries dark and vast
statements just seem vain at last
some rise, some fall, some climb
to get to Terrapin

— Robert Hunter – The Grateful Dead
from “Terrapin Station,” for which the original lyrics were lost in a mess on Hunter’s desk, stashed in a box in the attic, and had to be rewritten.The originals turned up long after the song became one of the Dead’s favorites.

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