Silver Plaque Winners for April 1999
SiteMaven Design Services - a host of free information including a free web site inspection by human eyes as opposed to the efforts of mechanical observations; plus free newsletter, hints and tips, and a lot more for beginners and experienced alike. In addition, web site design services and banner creation. Posted April 23, 1999.
Unlimited On-Line, the free Life, Health and Medical Journal - the Medical Journal that doesn't take itself too seriously. The Health Magazine that believes "Laughter is the Best Preventive Medicine." An Information Guide to Life in South Africa without all the rainbow trimmings. Posted April 21, 1999.
James S. Huggins' Refrigerator Door - a technologist, author and professional speaker. Imagine: a computer programmer delivering keynote addresses to 500 or 5,000! With more than 28 years of technology experience, the author also writes and speaks about technology, generously sprinkled with humor and motivation. This site presents some of his information and stories. Posted April 21, 1999.
Tiki's CloudJumper Designs - offering people a more artistic approach to web designing, hence the birth of CloudJumper Designs the "Voice of the Artist." This artist has succeeded. Posted April 20, 1999.
The Programmers - Computers and telephone networks are merging in new and exciting ways as entry-level prices continue to fall. TPC has extensive Wide Area Networking, Local Area Networking, and Computer/Telephony Integration expertise. Posted April 14, 1999.
Let's Talk Selling! - The online sales and marketing resource delivering tips, techniques, and information via a biweekly newsletter - Brass Tacks!, two daily ezines, Your Sales Day! & Impetus and an extensive archive of published articles. Lots of free stuff for marketers. Posted April 5, 1999.
WinWoes - Solutions, suggestions, tips, etc. for common Windows problems. Site originally based upon FAQs from newsgroup participants of alt.newbie, alt.newbies, alt.windows, etc. Done with a nice sense of humor. Posted April 3, 1999.
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