’First the idea of planting a little bean came to Dani’s mind that he could grow and take care of afterwards. Then he started mind storming how he could force that unfortunate bean into his ThinkQuest project. He was thinking... What does a plant do apart from being green? Produces oxygen! Okay, everyone knows this (?) but how could this connect to other things? Where is better air needed? Is this really helps people? Can people be drawn in some way? Would people care about it? Like how Dani said on the main page: it’s easier to solve all the problems of the world if we can breathe by the time. He couldn’t be stopped after that. He looked for a web-editor partner, translators, people who search the Internet and the team was ready. It was needed to introduce the topic to everybody and make them stop laughing.’
‘I like making web pages. So does Dani. But I don’t like working hard. But Dani likes making others work hard. What’s the consequence? Three more people are needed. Dani is going to make them work hard. In plain English, this is the story of our little TQ project. There were many problems and arguments on the way to the finish line. Now in the text what I’m translating, there’s some little joke about rocks on the road and stupid metaphors, but it can’t be translated properly so I simply leave it out. I made the little gadgets in the sidebar and I also made the page about the toxins (If you don’t want me to drop you into one of those, say you liked it. Just joking.) and I myself translated this page. I was Kristóf, now I gonna play WoW (Yeah!).’
When we were about to decide what should we write here, we didn’t have a single idea. While we were terribly bored we wrote down what would we say about our project to our visitors. That’s how we wrote the paragraphs above. The other three teammates didn’t say anything until now.