Search and browse interfaces are the conventional portals to digital projects. Like many terms borrowed from the physical realm and repurposed for digital spaces, “browsing” and “searching” simultaneously carry and transcend their earlier resonances. This chapter considers historical approaches to browse interfaces and examines how research interfaces in print and online have shaped and continue to transform bibliographical approaches to Shakespeare. It is contended that the World Shakespeare Bibliography search and browse interface mediates not only how scholars can find entries in the bibliography itself, but also how one interacts with and understands the shape of Shakespeare scholarship.