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In retrospect, the PR strategy for Cuil.com's launch wasn't so cool

Operators of the new Cuil.com site say it searches three times the pages Google does. Operators of the new Cuil.com site say it searches three times the pages Google does.
By Scott Kirsner
Globe Correspondent / August 4, 2008

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Shooting down a launch. The highest-profile website launch in a long while was last Monday's unveiling of Cuil.com (pronounced "cool.") The new search engine was built by former Google and AltaVista engineers, who say it searches three times as many pages as Google. But by the end of the site's first day, many bloggers and journalists seemed to have found ... (Full article: 659 words)

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