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a listing of the files in a computer storage device, such as an area of a hard drive or other storage device. A device may contain many directories to facilitate organization of files.


n 1. an organized list of names, organizations, or other data bases for ease of retrieval or reference.
n 2. the listing of files in a computer storage system.
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PCWorld Magazine recently named the Open Directory Project a "search superstar" as the Web's best directory.
Finally, Netscape helps facilitate communication in the Open Directory Project community with integration of the AOL Instant Messenger and ICQ services in addition to localized Editor tools in nine different languages, including English, German, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Japanese, Basque and Czech
To promote its continued growth, Netscape makes the Open Directory Project available to anyone under a free use license.
The Open Directory Project editor tools are localized in nine different languages (English, German, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Japanese, Basque and Czech) for easy submission of foreign language sites.
Netscape's Open Directory Project 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.
The Netscape Open Directory Project, the most comprehensive Internet directory, is the first directory built and maintained by the web community at large.
com said, "We feel that the Open Directory Project is a cross-section of the Internet Society, and is well respected, as shown by the companies using the Directory like Netscape Search, AOL Search, Go2Net.
amp;uot; A full review of the Open Directory Project can be found at http://websearch.
The Open Directory Project is a self-regulating republic where experts can collect their recommendations and exclude irrelevant listings or misinformation.
Listing more than one million Web sites from more than 17,000 active contributors, the Open Directory Project is well on its way to becoming the largest human built Internet directory in the world.

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