Ever wonder where an image you see on the Web actually came from, how it is being used, if modified versions of the image exist, or to find higher resolution versions? You can use TinEye as a reverse image search engine to answer all of these questions. Here's how it works:
- Upload an image from your computer, or copy and paste a URL that has the image you're investigating.
- TinEye comes back with a list of possible sources for that image.
TinEye has all sorts of interesting possibilities. For example:
- See how the Mona Lisa has been used all over the globe
- The Google logo has a ton of variations
- The official Obama Biden campaign logo shows up in a lot of different places
Definitely an interesting tool. Need to find more images? Try Image Search Engines, or if you're looking for free images for use on your site, check out Thirty Free Image Resources on the Web.
What are RSS feeds and how can they help you? You'd be surprised. For instance, did you know that you can:
- Customize your job search
- Subscribe to specific and specialized news alerts
- Make your Craigslist searches easier
And a whole heckuva lot more. Keep reading for 10 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do With RSS Feeds.
Yep, it's true - Hulu is one of the best sources for all sorts of free TV shows in their entirety; anything from recently run network sitcoms to the latest comedies to dramas and much more. You can watch entire series of shows in one sitting, hence the phrase "binge watching".
I've written up a quick getting started guide on how to find all sorts of goodies at Hulu. Read it here at Hulu Online: A Beginners Guide.
Do you know someone who has very little interest in the Web? While it may seem somewhat surprising to many of us who use the vast resources of the Internet on a daily basis, there are a vast number of people who don't find this necessary whatsoever. A recent study revealed that many Americans do not use the Web at all - and in fact, have no interest in changing that part of their lives, for a wide variety of reasons. Read more in this article titled No Interest in the Internet: Why People Choose to Stay Offline.