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Presswire: Netscape's Open Directory Project tops 675,000 sites on first anniversaryJun 26, 1999, 14:32 (0 Talkback[s])
"Netscape's Open Directory is the first Internet directory search service built by the Web community at large and is an easy and fast way to find information relevant to users needs. Unlike closed proprietary directories that rely on small in-house editorial teams, the Open Directory empowers the Web community to review and categorize sites based on their area of interest and expertise. The Open Directory offers 675,000 sites in over 100,000 categories from 229 countries in 44 languages, and is available today at http:/dmoz.org.
"The growth of the Open Directory demonstrates the power of the open source movement and the enthusiasm of the Web community," said Barry Schuler president of the AOL Interactive Services Division."
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