No, I’m not talking about elgooG.
The Sydney Morning Herald published an article entitled “New Australian search engine launched” today, the first paragraph of which reads “Australia’s newest search engine Ansearch opens for business today with a novel twist, demographic searching.” It’s not a particularly well written article, but the article vendor is AAP, not the SMH itself, so we’ll leave that alone, at least for the minute.
It goes on to laud the search engine for their innovation, both in this feature of demographic searching, and in other areas:
Ansearch says it cuts down search clutter by displaying the main search results as single websites and not the individual pages of websites.
What, like the Google [More results from domainname] feature? You know, the one that actually works properly? I say “works properly”, because a quick search of Ansearch reveals that their “cutting search clutter” feature is a tad broken — not to mention their character encoding.