The rating system
QAZ.com sites are judged on one basic criteria - how good are they
at doing their jobs.
which look good and provide no useful information gain low scores.
Sites that look like they were put together one afternoon in the
pub but have useful information will score well.
overall score is for usefulness that is a combination of depth of
content and ease of use.
star means almost useless.
Two stars means a few pieces of useful info.
Three stars means not a bad site but could do a lot better.
Four stars implies a useful amount of information/functionality
plus a useful interface.
Five stars means great content and a site that is easy to use.