The other day I mentioned Robert Waldmann’s troubles getting Google to show him an image of a hedgehog genital. This subject won’t die. In Infothought: “Zen and the art of sexing hedgehogs”, Seth Finkelstein says it shows that searching images is harder than text, but that the information is there if you know how to find it via text searches.
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