What happens if you find an image you want to use and can't figure out who to give credit to? I mean, one of the hallmarks of Tumblr is that nobody ever cites anything. Let's just suppose that you want to rise above and give credit where credit is due.
I was poking around on Sunday afternoon and ran across this picture.
Um, looks vaguely retro, right? Of course nobody on the vaguely mangy site where I found the photo bothered to say where they stole the image or anything about anything. Nothin'.
Google to the rescue. I went to Google Images and clicked on the camera icon at the right of the search box. That lets me search by image.
I then uploaded the image that I had pulled off the internet so that it is now residing on my desktop. You could also just paste in the image url.
Each week from June 14 to Aug. 16, teenagers 13 to 19 years old are invited to choose any piece in The New York Times they like and write to tell us why it interested them. We will then choose a weekly favorite to feature, just as we have done every summer since 2010. (More information)
Wyatt Townley of Shawnee Mission has been named the 2013-2015 Poet Laureate of Kansas. As Poet Laureate of Kansas, Townley will promote the humanities as a public resource for all Kansans through public readings, presentations, and discussions about poetry in communities across the state.