A search engine customized to query just the original sources (that is, the external links or footnotes) cited by any given Wikipedia article.
To find good sources pronto. Suppose that you're looking for material on Mark Twain in Hartford. Wikipedia has screened a lot of sources; it would take a while to browse them all, but Wikipedia Source Search searches them quickly. For example, type "Hartford" into the search box here.
The bookmark (more precisely, a bookmarklet) sends the Wikipedia title to a server,
which creates on the fly a Google Custom Search Engine from the article's external links.
My IE8 thought that the bookmarklet might be unsafe, but my Firefox, Safari, and Chrome were unperturbed.
Mouse over the red link above and your status line shows that it's like typing
http://cwf.appspot.com/cse/box/ at the front of a Wikipedia URL,
which you can do without the bookmarklet, but it's more tedious.