Cuil, the Google killer which probably won't actually kill Google, has at least managed to spit in the face of the search giant through one of Google's own services.
Google Trends tracks the top searches in the past hour, or different span of time.
This morning the Google competitor started by former Google employees topped Google Trends. This means that people were using Google to find it's spunky new competitor. Misspellings of Cuil and Cuil's founder, Anna Paterson, were also top searches. Google may have been discouraged by this until they see 'Hot Trend' number 35, 'cuil sucks.'