Steven Chan is a high school student in the United States. He not only enjoyed coding the entire site in a text editor, but also liked manually cutting the graphics piece by piece from Photoshop. He is the proud owner of a Visor. You can reach his homesite at http://www.geocities.com/sprite_gf/.
Lindsey Devlin is entering the university this year. She's pinning her hopes on a career in computer science. She did the flashy animations for the articles, created the quiz game, and wrote the entire projects & applications section. You can reach her homepage at http://www.geocities.com/aristokitty.
Vincent Hoang, one of our coaches, does "something" in the computer field — as far as I know — and has leaded us towards the right direction with the site.
Jim Bigelow, one of our coaches, does "something" in the education field ... no, actually, he's a math teacher!
Steve's personal shout-outs:
My very special thanks to my family, brother, sis, dad, and mom for tolerating all of this! I am glad they were patient with me and were nice to me when I had to stay up the entire night and morning the day before the deadline. :-) A hello to Jim, who's the most humorous pal ("Yugoslavia?!"); Linz, of course; the scores of people in the References section who replied to our emails; the entire staff, editors (past and present), and advisors of the finest newspaper, Audêeis; P.Y. Yu, and so many more!
Lindsey's personal shout-outs:
Thanks to my family- my parents & sister- for sticking by me and not getting irritated...Steve for being such a great partner...my friends who I haven't really spoken to in the past month because I've been working on this website, especially Najwa and Leeanne. LNL! :-)