I've also started to notice that Yahoo is placing links to Yahoo Shortcuts on non-web search results pages. Here's an example of a video search for: "baseball" and on an image search results page for the search: Chicago.
Finally, image search results pages now allow the searcher to refine their search after clicking the search button. Look for various refinements at the top of the page below the blue line. For example, by just clicking you can only show only small, black and white images. Since February, Yahoo Images has also allowed the searcher to create "transformed" image queries using natural language.
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