Dr Norman Morrison began his career as a research chemist then became a teacher of Chemistry, Science and Information Technology. He took a break from teaching to work for Y2Ki, an information service on the Year 2000 problem in Computing. This led to the teaching of Computing and the experience of preparing students for examinations set by both the AQA and OCR boards. He is now spending the early part of his retirement editing the site.
Dr Douglas Morrison began his career as a research medical physicist, developing medical applications of ultrasound. He then joined the Scottish Home and Health Department, as a scientific advisor to the Chief Scientist. In 1997 he set up Y2Ki, an information service on the Year 2000 problem. He is now an information architect, promoting more widespread use of DITA and founder of Mardi, an international charity to help university students and alumni work together to make the world a better place.
Of course, the site depends on student contributions (the quality of which has exceeded our expectations), and we are more than happy to acknowledge the help of others on the Acknowledgements page.