Consider creating a firefox plugin:
I do not know who does the programming of your site, or how difficult it would be to translate the current lingq framework to the browser add-on—BUT adding the lingq function directly to the browser can let us look at all content available in our language of study on the internet—including web mail.
And if you do this, similar to social bookmarking, you can users send links to content they find useful and offer it as supplement to the current course library.
Compared to an Iphone app, this is much more useful.
If you have any questions about this kind of thing feel free to ask me. I have some experience with this kind of thing.
We have been working on a browser bookmarklet for a while now and are quite close. We looked at doing a FF add on but decided a bookmarklet that works on all browsers would be a better thing to do. If you or anyone you know would like to do an FF addon for LingQ, we are only too happy to provide our API. I do think, however, that you will like the bookmarklet when it comes out.
That is good news, indeed.
There was something that I saw once as a Korean IME that basically embeds a code onto your current page and then you could type Korean in form fields without the system-installed IME.
For your reference: http://colspan.net/hangulime/