web directory


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web directory

n
(Computer Science) computing a database of selected websites, ordered in such a way as to facilitate browsing
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com, the leading South Asian online community, has selected Quiver's technology to create the ultimate South Asian Web directory.
We're excited that a major Web directory service is seeking the same features for its knowledge organization tool that libraries value in the DDC,'' said Joan Mitchell, executive director, OCLC Forest Press, and editor-in-chief, Dewey Decimal Classification.
We knew there was a large market for a web directory service like this when we started the company," explained Gerry Gaddy, president and co-founder of vacationhomerental.
Looksmart is currently the exclusive Web directory provider for @Home under an agreement made prior to @Home's merger with Excite.
Within a few months, users of MSN will be able to take advantage of Looksmart's robust Web directory database to quickly and accurately pinpoint the Web destinations that deliver what they're looking for.
A feature-rich, web-based application marketplace, the new Small Business Web Directory utilizes open APIs to deliver an integrated software experience to small business owners, giving them access to robust software solutions without the high cost or hassle.
12 /PRNewswire/ -- NewWebDir, an online web directory publisher, today announced that it has launched NewWebDir.
Complete Planet, which bills itself as "the deep web directory," claims to present resources gleaned from 70,000 databases and specialized search engines.
is making its latest foray into the virtual world, launching a new World Wide Web directory and search tool designed specifically for children and their parents.
The First and Only Human-Edited Vacation Rental Directory, Vacation Rentals Web Directory Announces Its Launch
A web directory is the basis of the information super highway (a term used before the internet was called the internet).