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"The Links2Go Key Resource award differs from other awards in two ways. First, it is objective. Most awards rely on hand selection by one or more "experts," many of whom have only looked at tens or hundreds of thousands of pages in bestowing their awards. Selection for these awards means no more than that one person, somewhere, noticed the page and liked it enough to select it. The Key Resource award, on the other hand, is based on an analysis of millions of web pages. Any group or organization who conducts a similar analysis will arrive at similar conclusions. When Links2Go says this page is a Key Resource, we mean that this page is one of the most relevant pages related to a particular topic on the web today, using an objective statistical measure applied to an extremely large data set."
"Second, the Key Resource award is exclusive. We get literally hundreds of people requesting that their page be added to one or more topics per week. All of these requests are denied."
Contributors: Victor Huang