If you are as crazy as me spending a lot of time on putty terminal windows and like to drum the keyboard than drag the mouse this might interest you. Goosh is an unofficial Google shell that imitates working in a UNIX type shell environment and provides a command line based features that Google search engine offers. Not all of the features are available but the most important ones are already there. When you open the Goosh page, you feel like you have logged in into a shell environment. “Man” in *nix is the command for viewing the manual for any help. Similarly here if you type “man” or “help” or “h” or “?” you will get a list of commands that can be used Goosh. Here is the list of commands available.
The default is a search command; type anything and hit “enter” key, you get back the search results as you would perform on a typical Google search. Many of the commands have aliases as well and the alias is as simple as a single letter. For example “l youtube” takes you to the Youtube website. It is the equivalent as typing youtube in Google search page and pressing “I’m Feeling Lucky”. Try Goosh, am sure you will like it.
Thanks to my friend Rajesh Kannan for bringing Goosh to my notice.