New ways to search

Holloway, Lindsay
March 2009
Entrepreneur;Mar2009, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p38
The article offers information on various search engines. Launched in October 2008, 123people is a meta search engine that finds all publicly available information about people. Unveiled in July 2008, Cuil is a multifaceted search engine that analyzes text within a page containing certain keywords. EcoSmartSearch.com is a Google-powered search engine that uses a black search screen, cutting down energy usage on monitors.


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