Fresh images in Google Image Search

Posted by Tim Ireland at 24 January 2005

Category: Teh Interwebs

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A word to the wise: the Google Image Search database appears to have been updated. Finally.

(This only happens once every 12 months, which means that GIS is one of the crappiest aspects of Google’s service. But there’s new stuff there from today, so it’s worth having a poke around.)

UPDATE – Oh, and Google Video Search has launched just a few short weeks after Yahoo Video Search. The main difference between the two is that Google seems more aware than Yahoo of the possible unwanted strain on bandwidth this will lead to on some small sites; Yahoo appears to have begun with a general scoop and then allowed webmasters to add content if they wish, while Google has started only with content from US broadcasters and then allowed webmasters to add content if they wish.








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