Just in case you haven't seen it yet, some former Google engineers launched a new search engine, Cuil (pronounced "cool"), which claims to be the "world's biggest search engine," indexing 120 billion web pages, or roughly about three times what Google supposedly does. (Get more info on the new site's schtick here.) A quick round of testing indicates that Cuil has some room for improvement -- the relevancy of search results could be much better. But Cuil does have some momentum. On the very first day, it was the fifth largest web site referring traffic to oculture.com, and the traffic was widely distributed. (In other words, one search term didn't send traffic to the same page.) Not bad for the first day out of the gate.