Like lynx, it's a test-based web browser. It lets you scroll up and down the page you direct it to, supports frames and is a generally easy to use and friendly tool.
Last on our list for today is "locate" with features in common with the which and find commands. The locate command pulls information about the files it finds from a prepared database, so it's quick. Do a locate on perl and you'll find the command, man pages, modules and who knows what else. When you don't have time to wait for a find command to complete, you might find what you're looking for very quickly with locate.
Nice commands from a operating system that hasn't lost its spark.