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Searching for an Image Using Google: An Illustrated Tutorial

Have you ever seen something and wondered, "What is that?" Well, thanks to the internet, it is possible to take a photo of that something and do a google search for it!  One of my kids taught me how, but in case you don't have access to a teen or young adult, let me share how it is done.
First, go to google.  (www.google.com)



This just in:  I'm informed that you can just click and drag an image to the Google images tab, too--just like it says in that box!

I'm assuming that you've got it from there, but if you need help knowing how to copy/paste or upload, let me know, and I'll be glad to walk you through it, Mom (or anyone else).  :-)

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Thanks for technology, and children who teach me how to use it. 

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  1. What a great thing to know. I'm glad your kids are teaching you too.

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  2. I love this Google feature! It has helped me to identify some of the birds in my yard! The internet really is great!

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    1. Technology really is amazing, isn't it? Now if there was some way to google sounds or smells!

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  3. nicely done... I so appreciated learning this when you taught me how to do it! its been helpful several times!

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    1. Hopefully by posting this, I'll remember to use it more often! :-)

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  4. Aha! I saw a but the other day and thought to myself, "How exactly do people figure out what kind of bug something is just with a photo?" Thank you!

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    1. You're welcome! You'll have to tell us what bug it was!

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  5. Great tip! Thank you
    Cheers from carole's Chatter

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