Taskfox, the Mozilla project that aims to bring some of Ubiquity’s action-oriented awesomeness into Firefox without extensions, is moving along, and the team wants everyone to see how it might work without any downloads required.
As noted in the blog post linked at bottom, Taskfox isn’t Ubiquity—it’s not as full-featured, for one, but it’s focused on embedding Ubiquity’s basic act-on-this functionality into Firefox’s basic frame. So total keyboard control, for instance, will be a goal of Taskfox, whereas Ubiquity lacks it (for the moment, at least).
As Aza Raskin notes, though, talk and still pictures only get your mind so far. Here’s a video detailing how TaskFox works so far:
Tell us where you’d like TaskFox to take Firefox in the comments, and dig through Gina’s guide to making Ubiquity your ultimate Firefox commander to get some training on turning your address bar into a command line.