"Back in the Bad Old Days we kept our photos crammed into
shoeboxes in the closet, to be pulled out once every few years for
a halfhearted attempt at assembling an album. With the onset of the
digital era, that should be a thing of past, right? Yet most of us
have simply replaced the shoeboxes with overcrowded folders on our
PCs, and because our digital cameras tend to slap on unhelpful
names like DCS00032.JPG, we still have to browse through them all
manually to find the ones that are of interest to us. But one
particularly good open source program, imgSeek, can help you get
"You can use imgSeek simply to browse through all the images on
your system, but it's when you add images to the program's internal
database that the fun really begins. ImgSeek allows you to search
through your images based on their content and appearance..."
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