The former Google's engineers have created a new search engine that as they claim is absolutely different and will be a serious competitor on the market. I was going to check it myself, but looks like the site is currently down, just a few hours after it was released. Have you had a chance to check it when it was working?
I kind of like how it works. It is different than anything else I've seen.
well, I've just learned that it should be pronounced as "cool":)
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