Bronze Plaque Winners for January 1999
Practical Helps For The Handicapped - Creative and effective projects and solutions for everyday problems faced by disabled persons, this site is the epitome of what Helpware is all about. Posted January 29, 1999.
Web World Resources - an extensive compilation of resources about horses, surfing & bodyboarding, web design & development, graphics, business & research, games, and favorites. Posted January 16, 1999.
Pure Illusion Fantasy - Everything magical, dragons to angels, dinosaurs to unicorns. Fantasy with a touch of reality. Posted January 15, 1999.
lightOS Search Engines - The Link Machine provides a unique, one of a kind, free web URL submission service to their link submission engine. Other webmaster resources as well. Posted January 9, 1999.
Shawn & Gladys DanceWorld - Ballroom dancing in Singapore. A specialty site if there ever was one. Posted January 9, 1999.
WarP GrafiX - A helpful site offering free original web graphics, web design tips, and free design for non-profit groups. Posted January 9, 1999.
Of Ages Past : The Online Magazine For Historical Fiction - This is the only monthly magazine, on or off the net, dedicated to Historical Fiction. Issues feature short stories, novel excerpts, book reviews, and articles on the art of writing and history. Posted January 9, 1999.
Institute for Astroenergetic Studies - This site from Ireland is about Astrology, Buddhism, New Age, Tibetan Art, and much more. The research is superlative. Posted January 3, 1999.
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