Think about this. How many times have you went to the net to search for something? How many times have you been totally confused by the thousands of results you received? Ever noticed that most of the results have absolutely nothing to do with what you searched for?
Cuil, pronounced "cool", has launched a search engine with an index of over 120 billion web pages. While Google no longer discloses the number of pages it indexes, it was at about 8.9 billion just a few years ago. Not only does Cuil appear to have the largest index of pages, it also displays results in a more visual way by adding photos across the results page that include sidebars that can be clicked on to learn more about any given topic. Don't panic screen reader users, the site is very friendly despite its visual effects. Cuil promises not to retain users' search history information which could appeal to those not comfortable with Google's business model. The company is a project of four ex-Google employees; reason enough to keep a close eye on future developments.
Click this link to search the net with http://www.Cuil.com.