Universal search and bookmarklet tool Quix is very handy and time-saving, as we've previously suggested, but it's even more helpful as Chrome's default search engine, so you can just type, for example, "map chipotle" into your address bar to get directions.
On its own, Quix's basic bookmarklet can't be installed as Chrome's default search engine. One eagle-eyed code comber has devised a code block that Chrome will recognise and play nice with, however, and posts it at his blog. Copy the final code block, install it as a search engine in Chrome, then set it as the default, as detailed in the full post. Once that's done, you can use Chrome's Omnibar as your universal command line, firing off any of the awesome default commands and adding your own.
Launching Quix in Chrome via Address Bar (Installing it as a Search Engine) [Senseful Solutions]