In this section, I'm going to list all of the references, programs, and
other things that helped us make this web site.
The Concise Science Dictionary by Oxford University
Physics (Fourth Edition) by Uri Haber-Schaim, Judson B.
Cross, John H. Dodge, and James A. Walter
Using HTML by Tom Savola
200 Illustrated Science Experiments for Children by
Robert J. Brown
Simple Science Experiments by Hans Jürgen Press
Physics: A World View by Larry D. Kirkpatrick and
Gerald F. Wheeler
This web page was developed using the Linux operating
system, the best free OS in the known universe.
Several pictures (including the background) were
developed using GIMP, a graphic editor that is on its way to being one of
Of course, we have to thank the people at
Netscape for Netscape Communicator. They have, by far, the best web
browser, and they make a great number of UNIX (including Linux)
versions of their software (which we can't say about their competitor). All
of the graphical pages on this site were tested with Netscape Communicator
4.01 for Linux.
Though not as pretty, Lynx is the best (and perhaps
only) text based Web browser. All of the text only pages on this site were
tested with Lynx.
We have to thank the people at ThinkQuest for providing us
with server space and the opportunity to put up this web site.