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  • perl -w -MNet::Google::Search -le '$x=Net::Google::Search->new({key=>shift});$x->query(@ARGV);print "<a href=\"${\$_->URL}\">${\$_->title}</a>" for @{$x->results}' `head -1 ~/.google-keys` foo bar

    And that's a "service"?

    /s

    • You missed the point - google alert stores results of old searches and notifies you if any new hits came up. And .. of course you can reimplement it with Net::Google::Search. But why if google alert works good enough for me? :)
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      Ilya Martynov (http://martynov.org/ [martynov.org])