Gmail works great, the Translator is becoming a real AI (all right... often a stupid AI...), Maps is wonderful with new 3D frame buildings, just to mentions a few...
As many of you already has noticed, the advanced image search is very powerful, it let you search where an image is on the web, and it also looks for similar images between billions of them. You can take advantage of this really powerful function in many ways, but the way I thought up some time ago may seem very original.
Step 1: The Star
For best result it will be better if your start picture has some specific colours or shape. I've choosen the mandarin one from my old instructable for this example.
Step 2: The Agency
Now go on the image search page on Chrome (it works also on Firefox or Explorer) and drag your image in the search form. Click then "similar images" to tell google to find lot of them, not only the few it shows at once.
Step 3: The Main Characters
You can turn Safesearch on or off if you want your picture be much or less spicy ;-)
Step 4: The Walk-on Actors
You have now a very long page, with a lot of interesting mini-photos and drawings.
Step 5: The Full Team
Clicking the right command of the capture tool you'll obtain the very long image, save it in .tiff or .png, not in .jpg to reduce loss of quality.
If you're a Mac user you can try one of the two following methods:
1) you can use Snagit, which should "scroll capture" your window
2) you can print the page as .pdf and use it into PS
Step 6: The Poster
At the end print it the bigger you can and hang up in your living room to have amazing canvas!
Step 7: A Rival
This is nice too, but remember: not always the results will be what you expected ;-)
A last note: you can also capture your instructables or your favorite ones from the beginning to the end of the page and print them onto a poster!