Guest post by Glenn Gutmacher
In a recent post, Irina described an intriguing follow-up to a discovery made by Dan Russell. In short, the initial discovery was that Google used a completely different index to store its web-crawled image results from its index of regular webpages. What Irina realized is that the same query run on Google Images could yield very different results than on regular Google search.
Why that’s significant, as she explained, is that you might get only a limited number of results from, say, a regular LinkedIn x-ray (site: search), but if you ran that same