- The above logo was created by Paul K Bisson of bionicfans.net. I wanted to create a logo exactly like it myself, but my Photoshop skills were inadequate to the task. Without any input from me, Paul read my mind and created it for me. Thanks Paul, it's just what I always wanted.
- I was starting to learn website design and a bionic site seemed an excellent way to practice the craft with a topic I would enjoy. I was inspired by The Major's website The Six 1973. I wanted to put together something as nice as his site, something with a personality. So, first acknowledgement to Joe Burns. Thanks.
- My first inclination, upon deciding to make a bionic site, was to watch the shows in order and write about them as I watched them. However, as I researched my options, I realized that a bionic site with straight descriptions of the episodes already existed, The Bionic Wiki. So, I was stuck. Why would anyone want to read the bionic wiki as written by only one guy who clearly didn't have anywhere near the same resources or knowledge as the bionic wiki community? So, thanks to The Bionic Wiki for forcing me to find a different angle.
- My original idea was to write straight descriptions of the episodes and the Charlton comic books and magazines. Now, when I started, the DVD's weren't out yet, so I started with issue # 1 of the Charlton comic books. After reading it, I realized a dry description of the contents was near impossible. Frankly, it was just too silly a read to write a straight description. So, I had fun with my write-up. Instead of a dry description, I played it for laughs. I enjoyed writing it enough that I realized this was my angle. I would have fun with the stories, and make my write-ups tongue-in-cheek. This, along with the fact that The Bionic Wiki was already doing straight descriptions of the episodes, combined to create what The Six Million Dollar Blog ultimately became. So, thanks to Charlton Comics for writing Six Million Dollar Man comics that even a kid would have a hard time taking seriously.
- Certainly I have to make mention of Paul K. Bisson and the Bionicfans Yahoo Group. For over a decade the Bionicfans Yahoo Group has brought together fans of The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman from all over the world. Our love for these shows after all these years is shared by many many people, and we know this because of the Bionicfans Yahoo Group and Paul.
- I can't let the acknowledgements end without a shout-out to Cracked.com. I stole the way my blog entries read from them. Not the list format they use, but the way they intersperse text and pictures. If you read Cracked, the inspiration is clear. Thanks, Cracked.com.