Running Chrome with flags
Some of the more bleeding edge features of Chrome are switched off by default. Here's how to switch them on.
You can switch some on by visiting 'about:flags' in Chrome. For the rest, you'll have to start the browser from the command line and type the option manually.
On a mac you do that by typing
open -a /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/ --args --YOUR-FLAGS-HERE
If you find you are always starting up Chrome with the same flags, it may be an idea to create an alias in Terminal: `nano ~/.profile
alias chromeflag='open /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app --args --YOUR-SWITCH-HERE'
From then on you can just type 'chromeflag' to start it up.