Yesterday, the editors over at TechCrunch were some of the first to discover the latest addition to the Google pantheon of gadgets, tool and all-around fun stuff. With little to no fanfare from Google itself, WDYL.com (What Do You Love?) made its quiet online debut.
As TechCrunch reported,
…the idea is to return users a single page of relevant results across many of Google’s products for whatever query is typed into the wdyl search box. The “search” button is even a heart. Cute.
TechCrunch also reported that the best queries for WDYL are for vague, broad terms.
Being intrigued I strolled over to the new search engine (note, you have to include the www. in the address, otherwise you get an error message) and searched for something very near and dear to my heart, the Boston Red Sox.