Cuil search (pronounced “Cool” if rumors are right) is out today, boasting the largest search index on the web with 120,000,000,000 pages indexed. Unfortunately Cuil seems to struggle with the following search, which you’d think they’d…ummm….get right:
Searching Cuil Search Engine leads to this incomprehensible listing:
The Ordnance Survey letters of 1836 state that “cart loads of shells were found underground in many places within the town where houses now stand”. At that time shells were constantly being dug up during the construction of foundations for buildings. This whole area, from the river estuary at Sligo, around the coast to the river at Ballysadare Bay, was…
Google, I think you can relax.