Search engines, tax avoiders and charity support.

I have one question: How on earth have I never heard of Everyclick.com?

Everyclick.com is the answer to everything bad on this earth (or at least the moral dillema of using Google after the tax-avoidance epidemic) – simply put, it is a search engine which donates 50% of its revenue to your chosen charity when you open links found via its browser. It is supported by many well-known and established charities and is recognised for its reliablity. I don’t want to sound like I’m trying to sell this but…well, I’m trying to sell this. What better than to go from a corporate, money-hungry beast-of-a-browser, to one which lets you raise money without changing your daily routine?

I’ll admit here that the search engine isn’t quite as well-designed as Google, but it is certainly worth taking that tiny sacrafice.

Excited rant over.

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