Have you tried the new search engine Cuil and what do you think of it?

Haven't tried it.
14% (19 votes)
I tried it, it's no Google.
29% (38 votes)
I tried it, it might give Google a run for its money.
5% (7 votes)
I think it needs further development.
50% (67 votes)
It might become my search engine of choice.
2% (2 votes)
Total votes: 133


Oscar finds a new search engine

Get a glimpse into the Information Seeking Behavior of males post undergrad & in their late 20s @ www.wjfk.com/pages/1475942.php.

Different versions

of the same wiki page are not different pages. Also, what's up with the random images? At least take an image off of the actual page.

"Everything is for the best in this best of all possible worlds"

-Candide by Voltaire

Any searches that I have

Any searches that I have done so far for reference questions return no results. Either I am using too many terms, or I don't understand the search syntax yet. But if it's indexing 3x as many pages as Google, shouldn't it at least return some results when Google does?

I'm also not entirely fond of the 3 column view of results. There's just too much to look at.

Couldn't Access the Page

Apparently traffic is too great for the page to handle (at 8pm CST on Wednesday), because I couldn't even get in to try it out.

Meh. Did a search on a

Meh. Did a search on a recent reference question as well as the ubiquitous ego-search--I was underwhelmed, especially with the random and mostly unrelated images scattered through the results. The results layout is interesting and somewhat different, but from what I understand the search engine methodology is very 1999.

Thumbs Waaay Down

Tried it, hated it. Results - when they loaded at all - were all over the map, mostly completely irrelevant to the search. The results pages are too "busy" (again, when they load at all). No thanks.

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