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You want to use tineye: TinEye is a reverse image search engine. It finds out where an image came from, how it is being used, if modified versions of the image exist, or if there is a higher resolution version.
Visit Google Takeout. It’s a service by Google where you can download "all" your data of any Google service. Choose "Google+ Photos". This should contain all your uploaded images.
The best method: sign up with StumbleUpon.com and install the toolbar. Set your preference to humor related categories. SU is the best, when it comes to find quality content of your taste. But beware, it's very very addictive. There are other blog sites(typical Tumblr blogs) that metablog most current funny photos. Here's a list that I frequent: ...
You can enable this in labs: http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2009/04/new-in-labs-inserting-images.html Turn on "Inserting images" from the Labs tab under Settings Hope this helps.
My own preference for image hosting is bayimg.com: You can upload about 140 different formats. There's even support for .RAR and .ZIP-archives! If you upload an archive with multiple images, you'll also get an album-address for all the pictures inside of it. Tags are separated by spaces, removal code is a password to let you remove images you upload. ...
This isn't possible. For the following reasons: There isn't a way to setup a filter to show images for certain conditions There is no way to see the list of senders you've allowed to display images (which means you can't edit it) You can't assign a label that displays images always within it. I've wanted this feature as well because it's annoying to have ...
Update: since May 2014 it is now possible to edit the date and time for individual photos on Google+. By heading to the photo details pane in the lightbox, you'll notice that the data next to "Date taken" is now clickable. When pressed, you are greeted with a popup in which you can edit the date and time stored in the photo's metadata. ...
There are several procedure to insert images in GMail Message Body. Some of these I listed below: You can use the "Inserting images" Lab feature to add images in your message body (mentioned by Whitingx) Read this useful post by lifehacker: How to insert images and other HTML into GmailFor those of you who have tried inserting an image or table in Gmail, ...
You need to do the following: Click on Albums Click on the Album Name you want add images to Select Edit Album on the top right select Add/Remove images A pop-up then appears which will let you reorganise your images. The drop down on the bottom right allows to add images that are not in albums, other albums, the current album or all images. EDIT The ...
Google have just launched their own reverse image search; http://www.google.com/insidesearch/searchbyimage.html Now you can explore the web in an entirely new way by beginning your Google search with an image. Hope this helps.
RevIMG is another one: RevIMG is a reverse image search engine. Traditional image search engine systems allow you to find images starting from a text, RevIMG works the opposite way: start the search from an image and returns you as result a list of links to web pages where the image or similar ones are contained. Used in combination ...
Picasa Web Albums allows hotlinking and up to 1 Gigabyte of storage.
The Lenna image is a pleasant looking standard test image. It's free to use if you have to give it out as well. Or if it's just for internal testing, you could grab some from the Flickr interesting pool - just make sure you don't use them in any live projects unless the licence allows it.
If you use Picasa (and Picasaweb), you can do this to any of your photos by clicking "Edit", which opens the picnik editor. Click the "Create" tab, click "Frames" in the toolbar, and scroll down to "Poloroid".
From the TOS, this would seem to suggest that nothing happens to your licensing. Imgur Terms of Service are subject to change without notice. All files are copyrighted © to their respective owners. Imgur directs full legal responsibility of files to their respective users. To answer the other part of your question, AFAIK, there is now way ...
For quick one-off and perhaps throw-away images, http://imgur.com has been good to me. Easy to use, no account nonsense, and hot-linking supported. The only caveat I find with it is images over 1MB get re-compressed.
I use ImageShack that allows hotlink. If an image is hotlinked, it will have a limit during our peak traffic. Imageshack allows 2000mb per hour for each image hosted. Gif images are limited at 500mb per hour. Peak time is from 6:00am to 3:00pm PST. You can find additional info on FAQ page
SeeYouThen is made specifically for this. Great a an exchange for collecting photos, your friends are free to join. Most of our couples collect between 700 to over 1000 photos. Here's a unique twist about SeeYouThen it's not only for weddings, so if you like the concept you can do this for every party, reunion, family event, sports team, etc. Let us ...
Try Picasa Every album in Picasa Web Albums is potentially collaborative. This means you can open up your online albums so other people can contribute photos and videos. Adding contributors Make an album collaborative by adding contributors - individuals or entire Google contact groups - in either Picasa or Picasa Web Albums. ...
You are looking for online OCR (Optical Character Recognition) services. The following free online services may help you: onlineocr.net free-ocr.com newocr.com free-online-ocr.com ocrconvert.com myfreeocr.com
No, this is no longer possible. It used to be the case that you could set a default landing tab for fans who had not yet Liked your Page, which would change to display different info once they clicked 'Like'. This was frequently used on marketing pages for brands. However, now the default landing for a Page is always the Timeline, and there is no way to ...
Google in their infinite wisdom have made the feature an option through the Gmail Labs. This support page details the procedure to enable it: Click the gear icon in the upper right, then select Settings. Select the Labs tab. Select the 'Enable' button next to 'Inserting images'. Click Save. When you're composing a message, you'll see an icon ...
Finally I found it here: Abusing Amazon images.
There is a new site called http://letscrate.com/. Drag. Drop. Get URL. It's freaking sweet.
Search through the Creative Commons-licensed images uploaded to Flickr. By default it allows [...] for commercial use, adaptation, modification or building upon Or just use Yahoo! Image Search where you can narrow down not only the license, but size and colour as well. But no bulk download options available.
To update things for the new (as of April 2013) Gmail interface: You have a few options: Drag the image from Finder/Explorer and drop it directly into your message. Mouse over the + sign at the bottom of the message, which brings up an "Insert" menu with a few options for photo sources. Select the camera icon, then browse to find the file on your ...
You can achieve this by adding a filter to the AdBlock extension. Install AdBlock and add this filter rule: google.com##DIV[class="item-body"] IMG
http://imgur.com will do the job for you. You can upload an image from your computer or from the web and it will provide you with a direct link. You can even group multiple images in to a group. Sign up isn't required but if you do it's pretty easy and it lets you manage your images and image groups etc. imgur is used by Stack Exchange when uploading ...
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