All the time, people kept using Google.
Hum... No, I'm using DuckDuck Go quite a lot. Do you know it also provides https search, among other useful features ?
On my list of points to consider whether to use an certain search engine, the language it's written in doesn't make make the top 100.
Indeed. However the technology used is of importance to us perl programmers, don't you think so? Aren't you interested in knowing what people are building using perl, and how? I didn't send a link to the Blekko main page, but to an article on its technology...
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