Various authors, Website, Jul 28, 2008
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Cuil (pronounced 'cool') launches today. Cuil is a new search engine that reports searching more than 121 billion web pages. It's nice and snappy, but the results ordering is questionable. Also, while I like the little images it associates with the link results, these could be done better, as I saw my own image associated with other people's pages. The drop-down category listings, though, are quite nice. See especially the search for e-learning. Vicki Davis, who got it to work before it crashed from the overload this morning, offers her own review.
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