HAILEY, Idaho May 22, 2012 LessJunk.org
Limiting the web like this can help users find information more effectively in many ways. For one thing, they don’t have to deal with the literally millions of results returned from a typical search query. Those millions of sites contain lots of unrelated, outdated, and downright useless information. As its name suggests, Less Junk returns less unwanted information in search results, helping the user get only what they’re really after.
Another big aim of Less Junk is to add a human and social element to the search engine industry. Companies define their search engines as having the best "crawlers" and "robots" that auto-magically prioritize sites. Less Junk takes only those sites that users have deemed the top 5000, so users know that the results they see weren’t just picked up by a computer, but by actual people.
Powered by Google’s Custom Search, Less Junk is growing fast and will be developed further in the near future. A toolbar compatible with the common web browsers will be on its way soon. Also in the works is an additional option to search the entire Internet, but give priority to those top 5000 sites in the search results.
SOURCE Petzke Web Solutions