There is a new shortcut type for searching via the DuckDuckGo search engine. You can write [ddg://...] (which is an alias for the verbose [duckduckgo://...]).
DuckDuckGo is incredibly powerful, and I'm really excited about it. (It also does All The Right Things with regard to privacy, which is one area where Google is seriously at fault.) Take a look at the goodies, and in particular, the !bang commands. We're in there! (Also, fwiw, DDG is largely written in Perl. :-)
However, I would caution that currently DDG has a ways to go in terms of forwarding queries to various sites properly. For example, in the case of !perlmonks, the query is passed literally to our Search box, i.e. ?node=query. Which means if there is no node with that exact title, it gets passed through to Super Search, with its default of parsing search terms on space. So a query !perlmonks "author wish" does not DWYM! Quote marks are apparently not parsed specially by DDG when delegating a search to the target site.
Anyway, please kick the tires of this thing and let me know if you find any other snags. We may be able to forward our findings to the DDG team.
I reckon we are the only monastery ever to have a dungeon stuffed with 16,000 zombies.