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The CUI W3 Catalog is a fairly comprehensive semi-automated index. Our ALIWEB is a public service resource discovery system for the WWW. The GNA Meta-Library can be out of date, but has got non-WWW references also. CityScape's Global On-Line Directory is yet another "ultimate Internet reference". DA-CLOD is a database where anybody can add URLs. The comp.infosystems.announce search engine can locate usenet articles. The UK Index is a manually maintained index of resources in the UK
Robot-Generated WWW Indexes
The Lycos robot is probably the largest. The WebCrawler is smaller, but more up-to-date. The comprehensive Harvest Resource Discovery system has a demo database of WWW Pages. The EInet Galaxy also has a subject tree. Open Text is another big commercial database. JumpStation is an index in the UK, which is not actively maintained.
If these don't help, try the RBSE URL Search or Nikos.
Other Internet Indexes
The Whole Internet Catalog is an up-to-date copy of the appendix in Ed Krol's The Whole Internet Guide. Veronica searches Gopherspace, but is very busy and often gives far too many matches to be useful. The WAIS Directory of servers will find relevant WAIS sources. The Clearinghouse for Subject-Oriented Internet Resource Guides has lists of resource guides.
You might also check out the Virtual Shareware Library (SHASE), with search engines for UNIX, Mac, Windows, DOS, Atari, Amiga etc.