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The New York Times: A Marriage of Convenience - and Control
www.nytimes.com/library/tech/00/01/biztech/articles/17digi.html
Denise Caruso writes about AOL’s proposed purchase of Time Warner and what the two traditional media giants will do with the Open Directory Project.
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NYTimes.com: Helping Webmasters Land in Search Engines' Nets
www.nytimes.com/library/tech/00/03/circuits/articles/23sull.html
Elizabeth Stone writes about world of search engines and how web designers are looking to Danny Sullivan for the answers on how to get traffic from them.
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Kuro5hin: Yahoo Getting Beat Up
www.kuro5hin.org/?op=displaystory&sid=2000/4/5/231558/8633
Article discusses ODP nearly overtaking Yahoo with regards to number of sites indexed. Comments on the topic are posted from various users.
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Online: Humans Do It Better: Inside the Open Directory Project
www.onlinemag.net/OL2000/sherman7.html
Chris Sherman writes about the history of the Open Directory Project, discussing ODP editors, quality control and the rapid growth since its launch. keywords: search, oingo, insideopen, google, forums, engine, directories, alexa
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Wired: Sort Stories
www.wired.com/wired/archive/8.03/mustread.html?pg=8
Jeffrey O'Brien briefly discusses Netscape's Open Directory Project.
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Slashdot: Dmoz (aka AOL) Changing Guidelines In Sketchy Way
slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=00/10/24/1252232
Article mentions updates to the Open Directory Project Guidelines. Specifically points out the Illegal Sites description and the new copyright notice.
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FastCompany.com: Linux Meets Yahoo!
www.fastcompany.com/articles/2000/01/0100b.html
Dan Pink discusses the Open Directory Project’s unique way of organizing the web.
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Salon Technology: Google: We’re Down With ODP
archive.salon.com/tech/feature/2000/03/24/google_odp/index.html
Mark Durham discusses the creation of the Google Directory and explains how they’ve integrated ODP data. keywords: open, source, search, project, pagerank, news, netscape, internet, industry, harik
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Information Today: Google Introduces Web Directory Using Netscape's Open Directory Project Data
newsbreaks.infotoday.com/nbreader.asp?ArticleID=17825
Chris Sherman writes about the hybrid directory launched by Google that combines their search technology with ODP listings. Article mentions Google also provides links to relevant directory categories in its primary search service.
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Slashdot: Who Owns Dmoz?
ask.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=00/04/24/1352259
Adam Kuether questions ODP’s relationship with Time Warner/AOL.
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ZDNet Australia: Netscape Improves Search Service
www.zdnet.com.au/news/soa/Netscape-Improves-Search-Service-/0,139023165,120102130,00.htm
Article discusses new enhancements to Netscape Search and mentions it’s built on the Open Directory Project.
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Wired: Need A WebBrain to Net Search?
www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/2000/05/36600
Andy Patrizio writes about the launch of WetBrain.com and the technology they built using Open Directory Project data.
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PCWorld: How to Stop Searching and Start Finding
www.pcworld.com/article/17689/how_to_stop_searching_and_start_finding.html
Article compares leading search engines, directories, and utilities. Mentions the Open Directory Project as the web’s largest directory with around 2 million sites indexed.
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SearchEngineWatch.com: Google Adds Directory
searchenginewatch.com/2162501
Danny Sullivan writes about the launch of the Google Directory, which is using ODP data, and how they incorporate it into their search results.
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Netscape's Groundbreaking Open Directory Project Surpasses Two Million Web Sites
web.archive.org/web/20000929110032/http
Press Release covers the rapid growth of the ODP since its inception. Notes that more than 100 leading Internet companies are licensing ODP data.
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