April 2, 2001

Looking a very tiny, useful gift horse in the mouth

Author: JT Smith

"I was spending some time haunting GNOME's ftp archive when I came across a tiny applet by Alan Cox called "googlizer." It's a simple program,
comprised of a single a single .c file and all of 73 lines of code, including the copyright and license notice. Its sole purpose in life is to launch a
Google query on whatever happens to be in your X clipboard when you click on its icon." More at LinuxPlanet.


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