To search the outboard brain about "programming question x" in Chrome, here's what I do:
- Right click the search bar
- Click "Edit all search engines"
- Under "Other search engines," click "Add a new search engine," type "Stack Overflow"
- tab over to "Keyword", type "so"
tab over to "URL", paste the following:
tap enter and close the tab.
Now, test it out:
- open new tab
- type sospaceremove newlines from a register in vim?
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