I just wanted to tell everybody about goosh, a new thing which acts like a unix shell but is really an internet search tool, made by some guy at Google.
It is way cool.
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I'm still trying to figure out if it scares or impresses me haha
From now on a large part of your life will be spent finding and correcting your own mistakes.
And if you are lucky and land yourself a good job, a whole lot more time will be spent finding and correcting other people's mistakes.
That has to be good, no?
Originally Posted by brewbuck:
Reimplementing a large system in another language to get a 25% performance boost is nonsense. It would be cheaper to just get a computer which is 25% faster.
I can't logout!
yeah i was sad when i tried "sudo", "sudo bash" and "exit" and none of them worked
What about kill or forcing the internet to not run in the background any more?
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ls must be a new addition, because earlier today it just brought back google search results. That's awesome that he implemented ls so quickly, though.
yeah the wikipedia thing and the translate command are my favorites
Cool, that's good to remember for a program implementation of google.
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> Cool, that's good to remember for a program implementation of google.
Or just use the Google API ?
Goosh is Viennese for "shut up" ...
But the idea sounds fun anyway.
All the buzzt!
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