Donna D'alessandro, M.D. has developed Generalpediatrics.com. Promoted as a "digital library of general pediatrics," this site is not a library, but a well organized directory of website links to pediatric medical resources. It's a good site. But the use of the term "library" in the e-mail promotion that I received today is concerning. A library has content, a directory has links to content. This site is the latter. We need to be more careful about out use of these terms, as the distinction between them is important. Internet users searching for content are often frustrated by directory sites that link to directory sites.