Google Image Captures First Digital Pictures

Sep 30, 2004 • 2:03 pm | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

Ok, well not literally the first digital pictures, but images taken from brand new digital cameras. This is a fun Google Hack, that you can do in a variety of ways. Basically most camera manufacturers program digital cameras to name files from the first picture as DSC00001.JPG or "MVC00001.JPG" or "IMG_0001.JPG. What ends up happening is that some of these pictures end up on the web, and spidered by Google. What we are able to see if basically a log of all the "FIRST" pictures people have taken. Check all the first pictures people have taken with their new cameras here. Or how about seeing all the first pictures people have taken on the beach. Or even more interesting, how about the someone taking their first picture on September 11th!

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