Aerial photo images extracted from Google Maps have been pieced together to form images that look like complex Persian rug patterns.
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Artist Jon Rafman has been collecting screen captures of Google Street Views. Many of the images are remarkable and some just plain weird. They appear to be, as the artist states on his blog, “more truthful and more transparent” because of the unbiased manner in which they are recorded.
[Thanks to JS for this suggestion]
And for those who’d just like a direct link to a search engine that does put you in a filter bubble (see yesterday), here’s Duck Duck Go:
Remember – this doesn’t adjust your results according to what it thinks you’re interested in. And don’t forget that no search engine, not even Google, covers the whole internet so it’s always wise to have more than one in your toolkit.