If you have a burning desire to surf the internets on your TV with Apple TV and its crappy little remote, Safari HD has you covered. It's actually a native Apple TV browser coded with the WebKit rendering engine, and it supports Flash plus anything else Safari can handle. After downloading the installer, you've gotta open an SSH connection and do a minor bit of command mojo, but it's easy enough for even the nubbiest noob. And TV net browsing is pretty nubby. [Brandon Holland via Apple TV Hacks]
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Search => a => p p => l => e => send. There is no need for the ,com
Just like with any phone or otherwise keyboard-less device the trick is to have the sites you frequent as bookmarks and to stay away from forums.
There is also a hack to use the USB "service port" but I don't know if it can be used with a wireless keyboard and mouse on that interface. If so, it would make things a wole lot easier.