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    Default Re: Former Google engineers launch new web browser

    lol..

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    Default Re: Former Google engineers launch new web browser

    Did anyone else follow the link and try out the site? I hate it! Of course, I hated the Vista program when it came out, too, but I really like it now. It just seems really busy and crowded.

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    Good job naming it...You can either pronounce it or spell it, but not both. I had the pronunciation stuck in my head all last night and then couldn't remember how to get back to the website this morning because I had no idea how to spell it anymore.

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    Cuil - pronounced: "cool"

    don't really get it yet...

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    Default Re: Former Google engineers launch new web browser

    It hasn't found anything I've needed so far. Back to Google but I gave it a one day tryout.

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    Google is still more advanced than Cuil.

    Google has many features... Cuil has one.

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    Default Re: Former Google engineers launch new web browser

    Stop and consider WHY they are former employees at Google.

    Stop and ask what qualifies them as engineers.

    Stop and consider what a massive undertaking it is to properly index every website on the Internet, deliver the content to the users, and setup the business end to sell enough advertising to cover your expenses with only $33 million?

    Microsoft has spent a fortune in both TIME and money trying to compete with Google, and it just can't.

    Google is the face of God, accept it and move on.

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    Default Re: Former Google engineers launch new web browser

    fergit about being a challenge someday to google, even alta and ask have nothing to fear

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