Seach google from the command line in Unofficial google shell

http://goosh.org
You can try it . Nice shell interface to search google from the command line.Visit http://goosh.org in your browser.
Sample Output
Once the command prompt come and you type something to search like below:

guest@goosh.org:/web> nagios
  1) 	Nagios - The Industry Standard in IT Infrastructure Monitoring
Nagios provides enterprise-class Open Source monitoring of hosts, services, ... Learn why organizations around the world trust Nagios to handle their IT ...
http://www.nagios.org/
 
  2) 	Nagios - About Nagios
Nagios is a powerful monitoring system that enables organizations to identify and resolve IT infrastructure problems before they affect critical business ...
http://www.nagios.org/about/
 
  3) 	Nagios - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nagios (pronounced /ˈnɑːɡi.oʊs/) is a popular open source computer system and network monitoring software application. It watches hosts and services, ...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nagios
 
  4) 	Nagios Enterprises
Industry-leading, professional support contracts for Nagios ensure that your organization's critical IT infrastructure monitoring doesn't miss a beat. ...
http://www.nagios.com/

-4
2009-08-29 12:19:34

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  • not my cmd... found on the web Show Sample Output


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    perl -e '$i=0;while($i<10){open(WGET,qq/|xargs lynx -dump/);printf WGET qq{http://www.google.com/search?q=site:g33kinfo.com&hl=en&start=$i&sa=N},$i+=10}'|grep '\/\/g33kinfo.com\/'
    op4 · 2009-10-16 12:20:17 0

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