The Shambles website concept and name was initially
from Chris Smith ... it owes much of its initil build to the following
David is a UK Consultant who offered considerable advice and help on both
the aesthetics, design and the mechanics of the site .... and continues
to do so from afar.
David also spent many years as a sound engineer for the BBC, has a strong
history with Acorn Computers (but now multi-platformed) and is a well
known writer in the UK.
Wing is a designer and programmer who works for Infocan,
a Hong Kong company, and provided expertese when configuring the server
that hosts this website.
Infocan also run many IT inservice courses for teachers, principals and
the public in Hong Kong.
Jethwa (http://www.3sixtysolutions.com/ )
Kam has over 15 years experience working with leading edge multimedia
production technologies and content management systems. Currently working
as a Freelance Technology Consultant and Trainer.
He designed and built the pop-up Flash country pages on Shambles with
the animated school names and locations. He has linked simple text files
to automatically import into these web pages so that the school data can
be more easily edited by the webmaster.
Greg is the author of the javascipt main menu on the front page
Staff at Thai Interactive Studio Company Limited (THAIIS) (www.thaiis.net)
For the "Flash Asia map" at www.shambles.net/allschools and for the "Magnetic Letters on the Virtual mini Fridge"
239 THE CMU ART MUSEUM Chiangmai University,
Nimmanhamin Rd. Suthep, Muang,
Chiangmai 50200 THAILAND
Email : firstname.lastname@example.orgTel : +66(0)5390 7004, +66(0)1783 8384 , +66(0)5340 0298
Fax : +66(0)5340 0298
Many of the more than 25,000+ links to other educational websites have
been put on this site by teachers anonymously, I do not know who you are
.... but many thanks, I hope you will continue to recommend websites using
the forms at the bottom of the wwwlink pages.
There are also a few other individual friends and colleagues to be
mentioned ..... John Freeman and Angus McKillop for doing some page loading
speed tests. Alan Dickson for doing a great animated gif for "The
Education Project Asia" which unfortunately I did not use in the
end as the file were too big for the home page ... but you can still view
For myself, I continue to be fascinated with S.E.Asia and have a lifelong
commitment to this part of the world. I arrived in Hong Kong in 1978 following
a brief period of working in Jamaica and the UK and immediately felt at
home with the people, sights, sounds and (even) the smells.
S.E. Asia is a very special and magical part of the world!
In September 2002 I moved to Thailand, partly
influenced by my wife who comes from Chiangmai in the North and partly to try something new.
To see my online ePortfolio then click
My own up-front work in schools includes running teacher inservice events related to the use of ICT across the curriculum .... and also the review of the use of ICT in schools.
Fliers / Posters that can be used on school noticeboards