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  1. Excite UK
    A search site, portal and directory using the Open Directory Project data.
    http://www.excite.co.uk/

  2. Telegraph.co.uk In Search of the New Google
    Article on Rich Skrenta's plans to develop Blekko, a new competitor to Google in the online Search market. Skrenta's success with NewHoo, which later became the Open Directory Project, is noted as one of the reasons for the industry s high expectations of Blekko.
    http://www.telegraph...5/dlgoog115.xml
    Categories: 2008
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  3. The Jesus Army
    Also known as the Jesus Fellowship Church, an evangelical Christian church. Details of meeting and of Jesus centres, online shop ssl security and interviews with Christian leaders.
    http://www.jesus.org.uk/

  4. Guardian.co.uk Is Yahoo Losing the Plot
    Ben Hammersley's dissection of Yahoo in The Guardian makes favourable mention of the ODP.
    http://www.guardian....nlinesupplement
    Categories: 2002
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  5. Regiochannel United Kingdom
    Arranges the ODP data from the United Kingdom categories to provide quick links to the largest cities. Advertising by Google.
    http://www.regiochannel.co.uk/

  6. Review What You Eat
    Uses a modified dataset for the United Kingdom.
    http://www.reviewwhatyoueat.co.uk/

  7. How To Get Listed In DMOZ
    Brief guide to getting listed in the Open Directory Project.
    http://www.millservi...co.uk/dmoz.html

  8. Can I make space on my computer by moving files from driv...
    Ron Martin wants to move the My Documents folder to create space on the C drive of his Windows XP machine. While this is relatively simple, it may not be the best way to organise files, says Jack Schofield
    http://www.guardian....rive-c-ask-jack
    Categories: 2008
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