Mona Lisa Select Site Winners for May 2002
Mona Lisa Select Site
April 2OO2 Winners
Yosef Cohen - Stock Maven
Content reasons: Stock Maven offers the most
recognized credible research tools for independent
research of historical data on stocks of publicly
held companies. At the sectors section, comprised of 31
industry groups, a user can view the historical
performance of each of 31 groups and then can also
research stocks with each of 215 specific categories
that come under these 31 industry groups
classifications. This section of 215 pages is
manually maintained. Our investment glossary is an essential
learning tool for the new and seasoned investor. We
do not write editorials touting stocks. All the
research is strictly historical data only. What may appear to
be links elsewhere are links to sites that we have a
partnership and interest in most often. Site
currently consists of about 295 pages.
HTML is 4.01 validatable, without
error. Site is Safe Surf approved.
Thank you so much for the Mona Lisa Award. It's a great honor for me to
I love painting and as regards web design, I'm still learning.
Thank you again and I wish you the best. Nora Begoņa
Anna Hefele - Coyote Jo
Family friendly homepage about Alberta, Canada, my family photos & history,
dedications, poetry and short stories, special causes and links, some Military, a nice Awards
Program and a whole lot more.
My website (because of my family history) is listed on the Jack London Site. I am so very
proud of that.
Thank you for your consideration. Anna Hefele
I am in my absolute glory today having received the Mona Lisa Select Site Award.
Thank you so very much.
The Award is proudly displayed on my website and linked back to you.
In peace and love
Anna Hefele / Coyote Jo
Thank you for your great award :o) !
I already displayied it with a link back to you.
Co founder of the AL
Thank you very much for reviewing my site and adding it to your awards
page... Thank you kelly
Kelly - KellysWeb
KellysWeb is a web design company dedicated to creating very streamline
yet dynamic web sites and graphics.
David C Taylor
This English village website has been designed and produced by
residents of the village to provide local residents with community information, and
to promote our lovely village on the world wide internet. We believe that our site is
a fine example of how a community website should be produced.
David C Taylor
I received your two Awards a short while ago for which I thank you very
I tried to place the large one on but the edges appeared very rather ragged
so I placed the smaller one on. I think the black background is too critical
on some Awards.
Reverend Father Byrne
An heterogeneous Page with an amalgam of the spiritual and secular free from pietism, fundamentalism; and sectarianism. A Page for those interested in empirical and hypothetical constructs from the perspectives of the scientific, paranormal, preternatural; and supernatural. Reverend Father Byrne
Steven, I should be very much obliged if you could please spare a little
minute to visit the page and peruse your Award, and text, to be sure that
everything has been done to your satisfaction. The link from the Award to
your Home Page appears to be working quite well. I would very much appreciate a reply from you verifying all's well.
In conclusion, Thanks once again for your Award.
With warmest regards,
Steve Feld -
thank you for the Mona Lisa Award.
it is viewable & linked to you on my Web Awards page.
- mick terry
Thank you very much for your recognition in giving my your award! I will
proudly display it at http://spirit_of_aeris.tripod.com/awards/index.html
with a link back to your site on April 16, 2002.
Lin's Webmaster Resources
Linda Smith - Lin's Webmaster Resources
It's a resource site for webmasters with free graphics and page-building tutorials. I
think it will help people (especially those new to web page building) to learn how to create an
interesting web page. Linda Smith
Juhani Kerkkonen - Conceptanalysis
A short review to the history of conceptanalysis.
Three creators of the modern conceptanalysis
(G.E. Moore, B. Russell and L. Wittgenstein)
and one of their successor, G.H. von Wright. The structure of a language.
The scheme of languages, abstractions (by S.I. Hayakawa) and logic
(the description of a "possible world").
Views of history (an idealistic, a positivistic and a materialistic).
2-level theory of the science's language. Juhani Kerkkonen
many thanks for viewing and evaluating my site
"Conceptanalysis, Language and Logic"
and for granting it with "the Mona Lisa Select Site Award"! I'm very pleased with it and I
thank you also for adding my site to the list of April 2002 Winners. I have now made an
addition of HTML-fragment to my award-page to view the image of the award
and link it back to your site (according to your advice).
Many thanks again for the fine award and
with best wishes,
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