I’m writing this post because there doesn’t seem to be much instruction about how to search effectively from the url bar or omni-bar as the google folks call it.
The way its supposed to work is that if you type in a keyword for the search engine then the search query and hit enter, the search will execute using the search engine you specified.
so if you type
“amazon.com Art of Rails”
(note the space between amazon.com and the query)
into the omni bar then hit enter, your search will execute on Amazon.com.
To know that you’re doing it right, after typing in the keyword (amazon.com) and space, the url should look something like this
Yesterday I awoke to news about Google Chrome … EVERYWHERE.
And being the non-conformist I like to think I am (like everybody else in the universe), I wasn’t even going to give it a look until I stumbled onto this brilliant marketing tool that they had put together. Its a 40 page comic book walking you through the thought process behind why Google Chrome came about, and how it is different from everything on the market already.
What makes this puppy different?
The main philosophical difference between this browser and others is that fact that, instead of running the browser in one memory space, each tab in the browser has its own process.