A search engine can pull up results, but can it also dish out three meals a day? That's what Vladimir Hruda, David Whitehead, and Salmaan Ayaz, undergraduate students at the University of Richmond, are hoping: The trio of students built Hoongle.org, a custom Google search engine that promises to donate 20 grains of rice per search to schools in the developing world, reports the New York Times. Since the search engine rolled out in September, the site reportedly has generated more than 8.5 million grains of rice, or the equivalent of 4,000 meals. "We're adding tremendous value to everyday searches,"...

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