To develop this Internet home page we used the following equipment:
and the following software:
- Macintosh Quadra 900 Computer
- Macintosh Centris 660AV Computer
- LaCie Scanner
- NEC PC-VCR
- Packard Bell Force 487 CDT Pentium Computer (IBM-compatible)
- IBM 386 Model 70
- Gateway 2000 P5-90 Pentium Computer (IBM-compatible)
- Unix computers at Loyola (just to upload and download files)
We would like to also acknowledge the following people:
- Silverscan Scanning Software (MAC)
- Adobe Photoshop 3.0 (MAC)
- Adobe Premiere 3.0 (MAC)
- Fetch 2.1 (MAC)
- Windows 95
- Windows 3.1
- Aldus Photostyler 2.0 - Special Edition
- Kai's Power Tools
- Corel Professional Photos CD-ROM Sampler - Stonehenge and other background pictures.
- HTML Writer
- Deborah and Eric Ray, HTML for Dummies, IDG Books Worldwide, Inc., 1996.
- Paul Hewitt, Conceptual Physics, Seventh Edition, Harper Collins College Publisher, 1993.
- Robert Smoot, Richard Smith, and Jack Price, Chemistry A Modern Course, Merrill Publishing Company, 1987.
- Compton's Encyclopedia, Vol. 14, A Britannica Publication, 1991.
- Microsoft Word/Write/Notepad
- Netscape 2.0
- Packard Bell Internet Mosaic
- Quick Time for Windows Movie Player
Return to The Science of Destruction home page.
- Dr. Art Delcher, Chairman of the Loyola College Computer Science Department. Dr. Delcher
let us use the scanner, PC-VCR, Mac and PC computers, and software available at Loyola.
- Sr. M. Reparata Clarke, OSP - retired SFA teacher - for the history of Saint Frances and
the Oblate Sisters of Providence.
- Ms. Huguley - teacher at SFA and cheerleader moderator - for her cheerleader spirit poem.
- Mr. Donovan - teacher at SFA and yearbook moderator - for use of yearbook pictures.
- Glenn P. Forney - - for permission to use the pictures of the burning bunk bed.
These pictures were found at the following web site: Fire on the Web
- Andrew Soncha Jr. - - for permission to use the brick wall picture.
This picture was found at the following web site: Photo Realistic Textures
- The Los Angeles Fire Department were free fire and home safety information is available.
- Garron Dandridge - who was originally a member of our contest team but had to withdraw for personal reasons.
- Reginald Bell - student at Patterson High School and a good friend of Mardorney - for his sketches of "Master Nay". These sketches appear on the brick wall.
- All the teachers at Saint Frances Academy for all of their help and support over the years.
- Our families who have given us much love and encouragement throughout our lives.
- and Brother Don Dimitroff - our coach - who always asked for just one French fry but he knows he wanted the whole box.
© 1996 - Michael Thompson and Mardorney Brinkley