|About TITANIC: The Legend Below!|
| "This site
was created by three young enthusiasts: Jason Martin, Josh Willis, and Kim Gombac.
The three team members had been distant acquaintances, but once they realized their common
interest in web pages and the Titanic they knew a team had been born. The
ThinkQuest '98 competition became merely a way of expressing their interest and
abilities." -- David Felfoldi
We were determined to create a site that expressed our true and unique interest in the Titanic. We used every resource available to create the most interactive and advanced web site we could. In addition we explicitly designed it to appropriately handle any viewer.
| From the beginning
of the competition, and before James Cameron introduced his movie, my Interest for the
Titanic soared. The events that took place that fateful night of April 14, 1912 are
unparalleled and deserve attention. When I discussed this with my teammate I
realized that they to were fascinated with the Titanic. We decided to collaborate
our efforts and present an unbias and complete resource about the RMS Titanic, and her
This competition has been an enjoyable and learning experience. Designing and assembling this web page has allowed to express myself in a manner specific to me and my team. Over the past six months our team has grown close. I feel I have found true friends.
|Gainesville, Georgia, USA|
I began this competition with little experience designing web pages; however, during this competition I have learned to plan and implement a professional web page. The experiences I have gained will definately help me in my future.
Over the past 6 months we have worked together to become great teammates, but most of all we have become inseperatable friends. Whether we win or loose, the memories and experience we have gained are priceless and we will treasure them for forever...
|Ottawa, Ontario, CA|
| In working on this project, I have felt a real
connection with the Titanic tragedy. I have gained a new understanding of what the
passengers went through, as well as the mistakes made in the building of the ship. The
creation of the web site has been a huge learning experience for me. I have learned the
intricacies of web design, as well as how to meet deadlines and work as a team.
|Alpharetta, Georgia, USA|
|We hope that our site has fulfilled your desires in the RMS. Titanic and that your interest in the her legacy has grown to "Titanic" proportions. Thanks for visiting our site.|