Did you know that you can search other websites, such as YouTube, CNET, CHOW etc from Chrome’s omnibox?
Chrome automatically saves a list of the search engines you come across while browsing. So, if you visit http://www.youtube.com, Chrome will add the YouTube search engine to your list of search engines. And, from then on, you’ll be able to search YouTube directly from the omnibox by typing http://www.youtube.com, pressing space, and adding your search terms. If you want to view, update, or modify your search engines, follow the path Chrome Menu > Settings > Manage search engines.
You can also define keywords for websites to save yourself some typing; for instance, typing “yt” could be a shortcut for http://www.youtube.com
Here check out quick video:
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In an earlier blog post, I wrote about how to get a list of all countries and regions reference data from Azure Data Market. In this post, let’s import it as a Google Fusion Table and visualize it on a map.
Start by creating a Fusion Table Project and import the Country and Region Spreadsheet.
Create a Fusion Table:
You can create a view just displaying the key fields:
Check out the view:
Now go to Visualize>Map
You can also customize the map: