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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by b10m (6087) on 2009.04.12 13:37 (#68079)
    Do you seriously type names of search engines out? I just use bookmark keywords (so 'y search term', or 'g search term' work in the address bar) and have setup my default search engine to clusty (in stead of google). Instead of waiting for companies to care about your fingers, you should do it yourself ;-)
    • Hrm... good point, maybe I should shorten my search query to "g" :)

      Regardless, I think these are the sort of things that accumulate in aggregate.

    • I do that too, and wanted to mention that, but you got there first. You can set up a keyword for a search engine in Firefox by invoking the right-click context menu on the search's input box.