Referral services proflierate, and each has to justify why it is better than the last to survive. Citysearch, the venerable grandfather, has been of failiing health. Every time I visit, another feature has vanished into electronic senility. Was maintaining the site just too much work? Did the original architects leave an inheritance of spaghetti code? We may never know. Judy's Book still lags behind the competition in some areas. Citysearch is better for searching in a narrow area, and InsiderPages has more businesses listed. Judy's search engine is also merely so-so. On the other hand, Judy's communications and networking is a generation beyond the others. Presumably Judy can catch up in search technology and depth of content. Organizing the site by "posts" rather than business is a good step, IMHO. Judy's has huge potential and is only going to get better.