QuakerQuaker Toolbar

A neat lit­tle ser­vice called Con­duit lets users cre­ate their own brows­er tool­bars. The new Quak­erQuak­er Tool­bar gives you Google search, the lat­est Quak­erQuak­er posts and Guides to the Quak­er Inter­net all from your brows­er. Try it out and let me know what addi­tion­al links or fea­tures you’d find useful.

  • you rock mar­tin — thanks for mak­ing that unforunate­ly some peo­ple still use PCs…
    Let me know when there’s some­thing like this for mac-users and let me point out this!
    In pretend-seriousness maybe you can get some­thing in the works to use on the new iphone! 😉

  • Mar­tin Kelley

    Hi Wess: sor­ry, I assumed it worked under any brand of Fire­fox but I see it’s Windows-specific. Won­der why that is. Few­er soft­ware options are the price to be paid for being a rene­gade I sup­pose. I shouldn’t tease: while I’m rel­a­tive­ly bi-lingual and plat­form agnos­tic I have rea­sons to believe I might cross the divide soon…

  • that is sur­pris­ing that it doesn’t work with all FF plat­forms. Oh well.

  • Mar­tin Kelley

    Hi Wess: Wait a minute now, their “fea­tures page”:http://​www​.con​duit​.com/​S​o​l​u​t​i​o​n​s​/​F​e​a​t​u​r​e​s​.​a​spx says that “Cross-platform
    Con­duit works on IE and also on any plat­form that Fire­fox runs on: Mac, Lin­ux and Win­dows.” The vis­it logs say you’re using the Safari brows­er, which is unsup­port­ed. You should be able to use it with the Mac ver­sion of Firefox.

  • yeah — i guess i for­got to say one thing, i’m a purist. 😉