When I do a search in Google (in every browser on my Mountain Lion Mac), in the URL field there is the URL for the google search. Of course. If I click on "images," instead of a URL showing, I now just get the search response (ie, searching for "what the hell", instead of showing 'https://google.com/search+whateverblahblahblah' it just shows "what the hell" in the URL field. This is new since yesterday! Any ideas to reset it? Thanks.
Have you seen this picture before? My 4 year old daughter just drew this picture (of a panda bear, if it wasn't immediately obvious). It is eerily familiar. I swear I have seen something just like it before, somewhere on the internet. A google image search wasn't even close. Help! This is driving me crazy.
I'm looking for a service that will allow a group of people to upload and tag images to a single album, and then enable anyone in that group to search *in that album only* for a given tag and see all of the images that match. Bonus points if I can browse by tag.
What are some good strategies for searching for the image of an old puzzle? I have asked here a few times over the years and come up with nothing, unfortunately. At this point I am ready to brute force it and just look at images of puzzles until I find the image of that puzzle. Previous methodology inside. [more inside]
I am looking for a specific undoctored high resolution image of Florida Governor Rick Scott. [more inside]
How can I override/redirect Google image search results to my website? [more inside]
If you do a google image search for Stevie Wonder, no images are found. Any idea why? I have never searched for something and found nothing.
I have an image that I believe came from the Internet. With the digital version of this image, can I search for it online? [more inside]
I have a jpg file. What is the best way to find any instances of this file posted anywhere on the web. This is pretty much a dupe of this AskMe from 2004 but i was hoping technology might have advanced enough to provide a new answer. [more inside]