Searchling

In the past few weeks, Searchling has risen to the status of “most useful software on my computer.” Sits quietly in the menu bar. Responds while in any application to Cmd-Opt-/ hotkey with a small popup text field, cursor already positioned, ready to search Google, IMDB, VersionTracker, Dictionary, MacOSXHints, or pretty much any site (choosable with a picklist, configurable with a text editor). Search results sent to the preferred browser.

If there is such a thing as software Zen, this is it.

Music: Lounge Lizards :: She Drove Me Mad

One Reply to “Searchling”

  1. …and it came to be that the Lord Hacker spoke favorably of the Searchling and the masses did commence in the downloading of said application. Soon thereafter, a triumphant cry arose across the lands as all that used the Searchling were pleased.

    Wow – thanks for the tip! What a great app – if a couple of text fields could be called an “app”. (oops, did I use those quotes correctly? ;)

    Although, in retrospect, I find myself wondering why it took this long for such a useful application to be created. Such a simple concept, yet it remained unfulfilled until now.

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