Lorcan Dempsey points out that the Access 2005 presentation (Grease)Monkeywrenching the Library: utilizing the sloppy underbelly of the web to expose our collections and services is available.
I presented for 15 minutes on this topic at Internet Librarian International 2005, but I didn't get to a key point that I wanted to make: you can use browser extensions to transform page content. Want your resources highlighted in Google Scholar search results? Want an icon next to things available from your library to appear on a page from somewhere else? All of this is possible.