M. K. Brett-Surman is Assistant Professorial Lecturer in Paleontology at George Washington University and museum specialist at the National Museum of Natural History of the Smithsonian Institution. He has named three duckbill dinosaurs, Anatotitan, Gilmoreosaurus, and Secernosaurus.Thomas R. Holtz, Jr., is Senior Lecturer and Director, Earth, Life and Time Program, Department of Geology, University of Maryland.James O. Farlow is Professor of Geosciences at Indiana University--Purdue University at Ft. Wayne. An expert on dinosaur tracks and trackways, Farlow has written about dinosaurs for a variety of audiences and currently supervises a Miocene dig at Pipe Creek in Indiana.
Rob Walters holds an MSc in telecommunications from Essex University. Mr. Walters is a well-known international expert in the voice and CTI arena who specializes in bringing together the worlds of computing, telephony, and multimedia. He is the Managing Director of Satin Information Services in Oxford, United Kingdom, and editor of the CTI Informer, an industry-related newsletter. Mr. Walters is the author of five books, including Computer Mediated Communications: Multimedia Applications published by Artech House.