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1281: new post   Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and Twitter Collaborate Over WebScaleSQL For Massive Databases
WebScaleSQL is a collaboration among engineers from several companies that face similar challenges in running MySQL at scale, and seek greater performance from a database technology tailored for their needs.
DatabasesMar 27, 2014
1282: new post   DMOZ 3,553,877 sites
"The ODP recently went over 3.5 million sites..."
DirectoriesJuly 11, 2002
1283: new post   ODP, The Mother of All Search Engines
Every new search engine that comes along, starts with the ODP as a seed database. Teoma, WiseNut, Google, Inktomi, Fast, Altavista, and hundreds of other se´s have used the ODP to influence or seed databases.
DirectoriesJuly 22, 2002
1284: new post   MSN Search Preview Page
"After copying the log entry into the browser I got a preview image of six pages which matched the result."
DirectoriesJuly 27, 2002
1285: new post   ODP Rockets Past 3 Million!
The Open Directory Project rolls over a major milestone by becoming the first known directory to list 3 million pages!
DirectoriesNov 19, 2001
1286: new post   Directory PageJacked
"We have worked for months and months searching for very particular types of sites to place in our directory..."
DirectoriesDec 5, 2001
1287: new post   ODP - Can we talk?
An interesting thread on the current power structure, politics, and status of the ODP.
DirectoriesDec 13, 2001
1288: new post   Beta MSN in Play Again?
Many people are reporting fresh referrals from beta.msn.com - no one quite knows what to make of it. It often means they are up to something.
DirectoriesDec 19, 2001
1289: new post   Zeal - The Looksmart Backdoor
"...an increasingly important part of Looksmart, and by far the best way to get a nonprofit-type site into the directory. "
DirectoriesDec 19, 2001
1290: new post   About.com - Getting Listed?
The lights are on, is anyone home? Some think it's dead - others think it's just resting.
DirectoriesDec 19, 2001
1291: new post   LookSmart Buys Wisenut
"[LookSmart]...announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire privately held WiseNut, Inc., in a stock transaction valued at $9.25 million."
DirectoriesMar 12, 2002
1292: new post   AOL.com and DMOZ.org Domains Expire
As unbelievable as it may sound, AOL.com, and DMOZ.org domain names are showing as expired!
DirectoriesMar 19, 2002
1293: new post   EuroSeek Retools With the ODP and Google
EuroSeek is now powered by an RFD dump and Google.
DirectoriesAug 20, 2002
1294: new post   LookSmart Renews AltaVista, Expands MSN Deals
"[Looksmart]...renews one major distribution deal while expanding another. "
DirectoriesSept 19, 2002
1295: new post   Building Your Own Directory
Building your own directory can be a daunting task. Not only from a software standpoint, but also a management standpoint.
DirectoriesOct 23, 2002
1296: new post   11 Tips From a Senior DMOZ Editor
"1) No or little content = no addition. 2) The more subject specific the web site or page, the better."
DirectoriesDec 1, 2002
1297: new post   Alexa Adds ODP to Homepage
Alexa has added the Open Directory Project (DMOZ.org) to it's homepage. This is the first major site to add the ODP in over two years!
DirectoriesJan 16, 2003
1298: new post   New DMOZ RDF Dump Available
After many moons of waiting, it appears a new DMOZ RDF dump (database of the ODP) is available for downloading.
DirectoriesJan 31, 2003
1299: new post   New ODP RDF Dump Available
A new Open Directory Project RDF dump is online.
DirectoriesJan 31, 2003
1300: new post   LookSmart Updates Homepage
DirectoriesFeb 7, 2003
1301: new post   Getting in as a Featured Site on MSN
"It's done on a fixed cpc basis with a 50k minimum buy. The listing are shown in the order of total advertising spent across the MSN network..."
DirectoriesFeb 7, 2003
1302: new post   Importance of the ODP to Search Engines
Who can name a major SE that doesn't use the Dmoz data?
DirectoriesFeb 10, 2003
1303: new post   DMOZ: Getting More Editors
"We all know that DMOZ needs more editors. At the same time, at least some are turned down because of possible conflicts of interest in their desired category. "
DirectoriesMar 1, 2003
1304: new post   DMOZ and Affiliate Links
"The one line email from the editor said; "Sorry, we don't list affiliate sites."
DirectoriesApr 4, 2003
1305: new post   How do I get into Zeal?
DirectoriesMay 12, 2003
1306: new post   What makes a good directory a good directory?
Members discuss the elements of a directory that is "good from the user's perspective".
DirectoriesOct 31, 2004
1307: new post   Rich Skrenta DMOZ Access Downgraded
There are alot of blog entries out there on this subject: " Rich Skrenta hasn't been staff for a couple of years (2002 or so). The "root" permissions level has been updated in recent weeks to reflect the access needs and activity of various former staff members."
DirectoriesJan 22, 2005
1308: new post   Zeal - From The "What Ever Happened To?" Department
"I've got a bunch of Zeal listings, and it was great when MSN was using them, however now I get little to no traffic from them."
DirectoriesFeb 4, 2005
1309: new post   Future of Directories
"Isn't it time we asked, what will happen to directories tomorrow?"
DirectoriesMar 8, 2006
1310: new post   Zeal is to close
"Zeal is to close on 28 March"
DirectoriesMar 23, 2006
1311: new post   Directory Lists that Rank Directories: Good Stuff or Fluff?
"Is it time for the directoryranking dialogue to mature? IF it matures might that reshape where the entire "directory industry" is heading?"
DirectoriesOct 11, 2006
1312: new post   Microsoft bCentral No Longer Accepting Submissions
"As of November 15, 2006 Microsoft will no longer accept new sign-ups for select Microsoft Online Small Business Services."
DirectoriesNov 27, 2006
1313: new post   Is the DMOZ Server Repair Delay Undermining the ODP's or AOL's Reputation?
DirectoriesNov 29, 2006
1314: new post   DMOZ Founder Rich Skrenta : DMOZ Probably Down for The Count
DMoz Founder Rich Skrenta: "...massive AOL layoffs last week, and it's not clear if there's even any left over there who cares. Even if some form of the ODP editing system is brought back, the likelihood of continued existence within AOL seems extremely doubtful."
DirectoriesDec 19, 2006
1315: new post   DMOZ Editor Login Now Working
"Editors have regained access to the editors server."
DirectoriesDec 19, 2006
1316: new post   DMOZ Now Accepting New Site Submissions
DirectoriesJan 15, 2007
1317: new post   Criteria for Assessing The Worth of Free or Paid Directories
"WebmasterWorld members discuss how to assess the value of a paid or free directory."
DirectoriesFeb 9, 2007
1318: new post   Directory Listing Hijack Detection
"With tens of thousands of links in a directory, manually re-checking each link one at a time is out of the question. The solution? Write your own custom link checker on steroids."
DirectoriesFeb 23, 2007
1319: new post   Some hints on Open Directory Update Submissions
"A number of points that people who want the Open Directory to change their site's listing might profit to know, from my experience of reviewing quite a few of these update requests"
DirectoriesMar 12, 2007
1320: new post   DMOZ is Shrinking
"Shopping appears be be shrinking at 1 to 2% per year."
DirectoriesJuly 19, 2007
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