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» Martin Kotarski Croatian pupil winner of prestigious humanitarian award in Japan
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 12/20/2008 | People , Ideas , Education , Croatian Cuisine , Charity | Unrated
We are proud to report in more detail about prestigious Japanese humanitarian award conferred by the Goi Peace Foundation to Martin Kotarski, a very young Croatian student. Martin is on the photo with Natalija Jurišić, his prof. The report has been prepared on the bases of material submitted upon our request by Martin himself, exclusively for the readers of the CROWN.
» Chess Street in Croatia the only one in the world
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 12/19/2008 | About us , Ideas , Entertainment | Unrated
Aleksandar Lysenko, Russian international chess master, is the author of an  article "In the Chess Street" published by the well known Russian chess journal "64 Chess Survey", Moscow 1996. The article deals with the Chess Club (on the photo) in the Chess Street in the town of Ravna Gora in Croatia. He wrote: "It is good that such a street exists, but it is a pity that the street is not in Russia." 
» Dr. Slaven Letica: If Streets Could Talk. Kad bi ulice imale dar govora.
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Slaven Letica | Published 11/29/2008 | Ideas , History , Education , Data , Culture And Arts | Unrated
If Croatian streets and squares could talk, what a thrilling story they could tell about the meaning of all the name changes, and the dramatic, bloody, and tragic history that lies beneath. In my book, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, I decided to "freeze history", at least for a brief moment. I gambled on posthumous recognition for my efforts, fully aware that any such appreciation in Croatia is always fleeting, and never long-
» Croatian pupil Martin Kotarski and Bill Gates awarded in Japan
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 11/13/2008 | People , Ideas , Education , Croatian Cuisine , Charity | Unrated
  Martin Kotarski, 14 years old Croatian pupil, and Bill Gates (both on the photo), are recipients of a recognition from the Goi Peace Foundation in Japan. Martin received Children's Category 1st Prize for his essay Joined by a Cookbook. He prepared a cookbook with traditional Croatian meals in order to get money for poor people of his school.
» Damir Bačić: Hrvatski glazbeni identitet - Discover the music of Croatia
Submitted By Damir Bačić | Published 07/15/2008 | Ideas , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Svaka prilika za predstavljanje hrvatske glazbe u svijetu odlična je prigoda i za promidžbu hrvatske kulture, gospodarstva, gastronomije i svih ostalih oblika turističke ponude. Ali i obratno, prepoznatljiva hrvatska glazbena baština uvijek bi trebala biti glazbena podloga predstavljanju bilo kojeg hrvatskog branda.
» Introducing mobiExplore Croatia
Submitted By Vedran Prazen | Published 11/16/2007 | Tourism , Ideas | Unrated
A new mobile travel guide - mobiEXPLORE, developed in Split, Croatia, was officially presented. More than 300,000 tourists walk around Croatia with mobile guide in their hands, reserving table in a restaurant, booking room in a hotel, sightseeing, listening stories about sights.
» Ivan Krstić, Harvard: Making antivirus software obsolete
Submitted By Hrabri Rajić, Ph.D. | Published 08/19/2007 | Science , People , Ideas | Unrated
 Instead of blocking specific viruses, Krstić's system sequesters every program on the computer in a separate virtual operating system, preventing any program from damaging the computer, stealing files, or spying on the user. "This defeats the entire purpose of writing a virus," says Krstić.
» Croatia: Citizen journalists to play a big role in cross-platform
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 07/14/2007 | News , Ideas | Unrated
Europapress Holding has plans to launch "the New Medium" a revolutionary news project that will integrate a daily newspaper, a web portal, television shows, and mobile communications.  
» Hawaiian Fishponds in the Adriatic?
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 07/5/2007 | Učimo od drugih - We learn from others , Ideas , Environment | Unrated
Could traditional Croatian suhozid or dry stone construction, used to create fences in rocky areas of Croatia be adapted for Hawaiian style fish ponds along the Adriatic?   


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