Using Firefox's Context Menu Search to find information
What it is
A google search on any word or phrase in a web page, available from the context menu. Select a word and right mouse click it - in this way you can perform a 'Google' web search on any word in a web page. The search results appear in a new tab.
How to use it
Here's some perhaps unfamiliar words and phrases:
Kuiper Belt Object
Even though they're not links, select either in 'Firefox' and right-mouse-click - follow 'Search web for '...' and Firefox does just that ...
If you find 'Context menu web searches' useful, investigate the Firefox 'Dictionary search' extension, which allows you to highlight a word and display info on it from an online dictionary ...
All before you, in this world, is smoke and shadows.All before you, in this world, is smoke and shadows. Words found on a door lintel in the garden of a house in the Cretan village of Argiroupolis. The lintel is a fragment from the city state Lappa, which occupied the same site. Fifteen hundred years later, when you use the web, from time to time you might well feel that the author was on to something. And if you work with particle physics, you'll know he was ...