Google Directory is created by volunteer human-subject matter experts who contribute to the Open Directory Project (www.dmoz.org). The raw open-source directory is used by Google. The volunteers evaluate, classify, and annotate each entry. The entries are then ranked by Google's PageRank algorithms. The Google Web Directory integrates Google's sophisticated search technology with Open Directory pages to create the most useful tool for finding information on the web. Fewer sites are included in the Directory than in Google web search but those that are included tend to be of high quality. With Google Directory, you can browse and/or search to find pages of interest to you.