Gold Plaque Winners for March 1999
Elements Online - Canada's first multilingual online magazine focusing on environmental issues current and past. Sections include a public forum, kids focus, poetry area and more. Publishing a new theme bi-monthly; past themes: protected spaces, wildlife, marine issues, energy, toxics. Articles are catagorized under our 4 elements of earth, air, fire and water. Posted March 29, 1999.
Diam's Realm of Web Resources - designed to help web developers from all levels of experience. Within the Realm you will find tutorials, tips, a glossary, backgrounds, and over 600 links to resources for designing web sites. The epitomy of Helpware, this site gives back to the Internet community. Posted March 26, 1999.
ALS Survival Guide - Offering information and hope to those with ALS or Lou Gehrig's Disease. Includes: news, research, treatments, adaptive equipment, patient advocacy, discussion group, resources, and more. The site also tracks the author's own experiences with ALS, and includes his thoughts and feelings expressed in his journal and editorial page. Posted March 19, 1999.
Anonymomma's World - Visit the only place on the web where one can be entertained with movie reviews, art, interactive web serial, music, hot flashes 'n more brought to life by a laughing woman with a bag on her head! Download a smile from the Internet's bag lady today 'n you'll definitely go back regularly for more! Anonymomma is also a winner of the Internet Brothers Award of Distinction. Posted March 17, 1999.
Stanley Portal Hyatt Home Page - A site devoted to the life and literary works of Stanley Portal Hyatt (1877-1914), an English explorer, hunter and writer. Contains the full text of Mr. Hyatt's book, "The Diary of a Soldier of Fortune." A rare example of perfectly matching one's content with its presentation. Posted March 16, 1999.
The PC Technology Guide - Aimed at the hobbyist, student or interested novice, The PC Technology Guide covers the various technologies underlying the PC’s major internal components and peripherals. It includes many explanatory graphics and an integrated glossary. Posted March 7, 1999.
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