A new search site has launched... yeah yeah, we know, another one! But this one is different. This one is aimed at Orthodox Jews.
Koogle.co.il was launched recently in Jerusalem and omits most of the things that most of us have come to love and enjoy about the internet - such as bawdy ladies. Unfortunately we only got wind of it on Monday morning so we don't know if it was working on the Sabbath - we rather doubt it though.
Because of its inbuilt content controls, Koogle could be the perfect search site for offices where people look at things they shouldn't - when they should be working. Adding to its enterprise appeal is the fact that it is pitched as a business and services directory and comes in two languages - Hebrew and American English.
Although it worked very well as a simple directory switching to America English messed with the page formatting and when we tried a number of searches - ranging from Katy Perry to Temples, we got more server errors than you find in a tennis tournament for short-term memory loss sufferers.
However it is not pitched at IT journalists more used to searching for 'monkey petting zoos' and 'antique motherboards' than real services, and as such we can only applaud it for bringing a decent web service to people in an apropriate manner.
Something that the other search sites could all learn from.
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