Your Drupal view can be expressed both as a page and as a block. You can also filter your views content according to a taxonomy term argument. And now you want to generate your block according to the presence of your taxonomy term in your URL (either within a menu path or view search block request generated URI).
Just call MyViewBlockFromURI() wherever you require it. Stick it in a block if required. Also very handy in the header of a view - you can tie the view header into the content using the taxonomy term extracted from the URI.
I had to convert 17 PDFs to the Windows WMF format for inclusion in an Excel worksheet. Illustrator CS3 on OS X does a good job of exporting to the WMF format but a 40KB PDF ballooned into a 348KB WMF.
I reopened the WMF in Illustrator and re-exported the WMF as another WMF. The newly re-exported WMF had a file size of of just 76KB.
My knowledge of Illustrator is very limited so I have no explanations, but it does seem like a useful technique.