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Solo Tip Tuesday: Check Out TinEye—a Reverse Image Search Engine

by Reba Nance on January 8, 2013

TinEye is a reverse image search engine that lets you find out where an image came from, how it is being used, if modified versions of the image exist, or to find higher resolution versions. It is the first image search engine on the Web to use image identification technology rather than keywords. To use it, go to tineye.com. You can either upload an image from your hard drive or enter a URL of a website that displays the image. There is a short three-minute video at tineye.com that explains how the website works. The service is free for non-commercial searching.

You can see this tip and others, on topics ranging from Outlook and Word help to App reviews and online tools, all here.

Longtime readers of the Colorado Bar Association’s C-Brief, its weekly eNewsletter, know each week there is a tip from Law Practice Management Director Reba Nance. Those tips are moving beyond the newsletter and now have a permanent home within the Practice Management section of CBA’s website. We’ll share some of the best tips each week here as Solo Tip Tuesday.

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