RISC OS overtakes Apple in the Open DirectoryPublished: 21st May 19:45:59 | Permalink | Printable
To coincide with the biggest RISC OS Show of 2001, Drobe is pleased to announce that the RISC OS section of the Open Directory Project (ODP), which has featured on Drobe for several weeks now, has finally exceeded
Apple in the number of entries it contains. Well over 1,000 pages are now indexed, including some unusual categories.
Unlike other categorised RISC OS directories, this one is part of something much larger, and so you can expect your site to gain many more vistors if it is listed. Search engines also feed off the ODP, too.
For further information, please see Drobe's feature article.
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