When it comes to browsing on the web, I like to think that I've conquered the quick multisearch method. That was, until I found out about KwiClick, a new Firefox extension that makes web searches. . . that much faster (and easier).
The best way I can describe KwiClick is by having you visualize all of those times you need a web page — to see search results, to view a link for a YouTube video, to post something on Twitter — and imagine being able to do all of those things from the page you're currently looking at. Those 50 tabs you have open? Yeah, KwiClick should help eliminate many of those tabs.
You can also search sites like Wikipedia, Twitter, and YouTube and input addresses to instantly view maps — from one web page.
To see Kwiclick working its magic, just read more.