col·o·phon: n. An inscription placed usually at the end of a book, giving facts about its publication.
This website was created for the Cyberspace Pursuit competition (2003) of the Technology Student Association by the High Technology High School TSA Chapter team of Philip Graff, Christopher J. Harris, Kenneth Liu, and Katherine Wu. It won first place in the New Jersey Regionals competition.
It was coded using the program Araneae. Images came from a variety of scanned and digital sources and were edited using Photoshop 6.0. For ease of maintenance, the team utilized Movable Type version 2.61, a web-based personal publishing system designed for regularly updated news or journal sites.
The font in the title graphics is Abadi MT Condensed. On the index page, the letters t, s, and a of the title graphic are in the font Georgia. Verdana was used for the rest of the site's text.
The Cyberspace Pursuit team of High Technology High School would like to give special thanks to Mrs. Stacy Hallman for her guidance and support. The team would also like to thank Luftman Towers, Russell-Stanley Corporation, and Mr. Harold Harris of Levin Management for graciously agreeing to interviews and photographs.