Bookmarklets rock. They’re great timesavers, and a worthy addition to your browser’s bookmark bar.
Here’s the breakdown of my favorite bookmarklets…
Google This: Select some text on a page, click the bookmarlet, blammo – you’ve got a Google search for the selected text.
Google Images: Select some text on a page, click the bookmarlet and you’ve got a Google Image search for the selected text.
GAppMail This: Send the selected text via Google Apps for Your Domain Mail. You’ll need to edit this one to change out yourdomain.com for what your domain name actually is.
Gmail This: Send the selected text via Gmail.
Google Cache: Pull up the Google Cache version of the currently loaded page.
Google Map This: Select an address, get a Google map of it.
Geocode: Get the Latitude & Longitude for the center of a Google map.
Google Translate: Translate the currently loaded page into English
Show Divs: Show the <div> areas on the currently loaded page.
ReCSS: Reload CSS for the currently loaded page.
W3C HTML Validator: Run the currently loaded page through the W3C’s HTML Validator.
W3C CSS Validator: Run the currently loaded page’s CSS through the W3C’s CSS Validator.
Acronym Lookup: Lookup an acronym in the Internet Acronym Database
Urban Dictionary Lookup: Lookup a selected word in the Urban Dictionary.
Del.icio.us Linkbacks: Show del.icio.us links to the current page.
Compulsory Login Bypass
BugMeNot: Lookup usernames & passwords for various sites.
DiggBar: Uses the new DiggBar for URL shortening.
Cli.gs: Uses the Cli.gs shortening service.