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Can a strictly home page be interesting? Can a strictly cultural page be appealing? I believe it can and I try to prove it. If I succeed in it, you can check with my web projects, which have already been noticed elsewhere!
Tabula MarcaMy own official pages; First created October 1994.
|Hey, I like this. Or maybe I am loosing criteria? It is about home page, and you might say that visiting "this is me and my dog" pages (he really owes such a page) is pain in the ass of amusement, but look, it isn't. The author has a spirit, he likes Asquith's Pygmalion (good call), The Little Prince, the 50 French Frank note, he's into physics. . . . Author's drawings are charming and represent the trade-mark of the site. If you plan to make your own web home page, then have a look, what is there. (. . .) It is a pleasant job to point out one successful try. "The Croatian link of the week," (November 23, 1998)|
|(May 21, 1997)|
Choir townThe first official pages of the Academic choir "Ivan Goran Kovacic"; First created September 1995.
|Very wittily conceived pages of Academic choir "Ivan Goran Kovacic." ("The 100 most interesting WWW servers and HTML pages in Croatia," December 1995)|
Dalmatian cultureThe only pages dealing with Dalmatian folk songs; First created in May 1997.
Music, politics, and war: Views from CroatiaThe pages accompaining the same-named book; First created in June 1998.
Latin proverbs and lucotionsThe pages collecting Latin proverbs and lucotions; First created in December 1998.