Search engines

Three great search engines!

Cuil search engine

Cuil searches more pages on the Web than anyone else—three times as many as Google and ten times as many as Microsoft.
Rather than rely on superficial popularity metrics, Cuil searches for and ranks pages based on their content and relevance. When we find a page with your keywords, we stay on that page and analyze the rest of its content, its concepts, their inter-relationships and the page’s coherency.
Then we offer you helpful choices and suggestions until you find the page you want and that you know is out there. We believe that analyzing the Web rather than our users is a more useful approach, so we don’t collect data about you and your habits, lest we are tempted to peek. With Cuil, your search history is always private.

Cuil is an old Irish word for knowledge. For knowledge, ask Cuil.

Google Dark

dark' is a fully functional Google search. It pulls Google results and is Powered by Google. The only difference is visual. This site's sole purpose is to provide an alternative to those tired of the standard Google bright white page. enjoy :)


Dogpile puts the power all the leading search engines – Google, Yahoo!, Live Search, and Ask – together in one search box to deliver the best combined results. The process is more efficient and yields more relevant results.
Dogpile.com is on a mission to help rescue pets. We call it our Search & Rescue program. When you search the Web on Dogpile, a portion of revenue generated will be donated to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA®). Whether your searches are conducted directly from the Dogpile site, from a Dogpile desktop toolbar, or a Dogpile widget on a social networking page, a portion of the revenue generated will help animals in need. The more you search, the more you can help us rescue pets and reach our ultimate goal of raising $1 million by the end of 2009. Search & Rescue is an exciting opportunity for all pet lovers.
Post a Comment