I don’t understand why Google isn’t searching the way I think. For instance, if I type “image:Alamo” into Google Search I believe I should get a picture of the freaking Alamo. There’s only one of them that’s popular for crying out loud! And I already said I wanted an image. This should work.
And the same thing goes for maps. Why won’t “maps:Alamo” show me a Google map of the Alamo?
And calendars! Why doesn’t “calendar:San Antonio” show me what going to be happening in San Antonio?
They are all Google services that they could tie into their search engine. Yeah – maybe a lot of people won’t use them – but I bet many of us will. Especially if they did it and told us about it.
Come on Google – if “info:” and “blog:” are valid search prefixes I think “map:” and “calendar:” and “image:” should be as well… not to mention “video:”.