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Tip of the day...

Search box bookmarklet for your browser

Bookmarklets are javascript programs that are stored as bookmarks in your browser, and which activate when you click on them. Here's one that conducts a search in Wikipedia on any text you happen to have highlighted in whichever window you are in (or if no text is highlighted, presents you with a popup search box): ~axel/bookmarklet.html. See also the Wikr bookmarklet.

Read more: Bookmarklet

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