What about using the remembrance agent
I have more than decent success by using Bradley Rhodes' Remembrance Agent. That does a very good job by trying to provide me with JITIR.
Re: Holy Hell - Konqueror will Conquer!
> *** ATTENTION ***
> People, and fellow KDE 2.x users:
> This is where the browser war starts
> to get REAAALLY fun.
Yep! Fun is right. No more :)
> I dropped Netscape, I droppoed
> Mozilla, I dropped Opera, I
> droppoed WINE running IE, I dropped
> WINE running netscape,
> all because I found a wonderful little
> friend named
I then dropped KDE, because its a pain in the a??, and really slows my machines down. I do appreciate the effort to make KDE completely speech driven (QT/IBM), that's why I will have a look at it in a few months again.
Otherwise, I am not using any graphical browser, because I am 70% of my time in wearable computing environment. Simply running an RemembranceAgent, infobot, surfraw and links gives you everything you need. fmII is a brilliant example to view in links. You get all the info you need. No bandwidth consuming pictures and all the stuff.
Sorry for beeing console junkie, but are you having graphics on your keyboard (exept the M$ key).
Text has the best mental similarity to the task of browsing information, thus less mental swapping occurs and therefore little distraction from my main task is implied.