i used the code from google
as a base for making a perlmonks bookmarklet. right click
the link below, and add it to your bookmarks. if you put it in netscape's toolbar folder, you have quick access
to PM nodes. if you highlight something and then click it,
it will look for a node named whatever you had highlighted. otherwise
it pops up a search box.
hope you find this useful.
let me know what you think!
Update by vroom:
I think this will work for those of you forced into using IE although I haven't tested it
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michael d. ivey,
Edited by planetscape - added code tags
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