We would like to acknowledge the following people and websites for helping us through our Think Quest endeavor.
a. Our Teacher Mentor, Mr. Kelvin Yap, for guiding us through our endeavor and helping us book the computer labs, arranging for tutorials by the Visual Arts club and Abdul Hadi. And finally for helping us through the holidays.
b. Raffles Institution for allowing us to make use of the computer labs through the holidays.
c. Mr. Soon Yinjie for taking time off his busy schedule to give us the IT support.
d. Abdul Hadi for taking time off his busy schedule to give us the Flash animation tutorials.
e. The Visual Arts club for allowing us to attend their CCA to learn ho to use flash.
f. Our friends and classmates for inspiring us to pick this topic.
g. Our parents for understanding the long hours of work late into the night and even through the holidays.
We would also like to thank these sources for some of their content, which was useful for our Thinkquest website.
Thomas V. Morris & Matt Morris (2005). Superheroes and philosophy: truth, justice, and the socratic way. U.S.A.: Open Court Publishing Company.
Han Kok Juan & Yap Kheng Guan (2006,2,15). Every drop matters. TODAY, p. Pg.31.
Lee U-Wen (2006,3,23). 1 minute less in the shower is 9 litres of wter saved. TODAY, p. Pg.13.
Muhd, Asy-Syafi (2003, 11). Road safety campaign 2003 - Courtesy smoothes your road. from Singapore Police Force Web site: http://www.spf.gov.sg/publication/plm/03nov_01.htm
Crime situation for year 2005. from Singapore Police Force Web site: http://www.spf.gov.sg/statistics/crimesituation/stats2005_index.htm
Johor to stop buying s'pore water from august. (2004,5,6). The Business Times, p. Pg.13.
Reme Ahmad Water supply deal will remain: Mahathir. (2003,8,2). The Straits Times, p. A15.
Selina Lum (2005,5,1). Mobile phone thefts on the rise here. The Straits Times, p. Pg.9.
8 per cent jump in theft cases. (2004,11,24). The Straits Times, p. H5.
Karen Ho (2004,2,7). Crime rate up for second consecutive year. The Straits Times, p. H11.