My favorite places, based on years of trial-and-error, to find free online images.
Finding appropriate blog images is one of the most difficult, time consuming parts of blogging. Here are five places to find images for your blog posts. Hopefully they will help speed up that process.
It seems a lot bloggers have a difficult time finding ideas for posts. Perhaps part of the reason for this is because they are unaware of all of the various types of blog posts they can write. Check out the 26 different types of blog posts and see if some of them will work for your site.
News photographers capture all types of events as a method of storytelling and documenting history. Some of these photos depict traumatic situations, like the last few seconds of someone’s life. Should newspapers run these photos? How should editors make these decisions?
Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, became angry during the holidays after a photo she shared with her “friends” on Facebook was reposted on Twitter. Zuckerberg said asking before posting someone’s photo is about human decency. What do you think? Should social media users seek permission before sharing other people’s photos?
A commonwealth attorney’s office sealed 926 images police seized from a student newspaper’s newsroom, according to an April 20 article in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. The images are from James Madison University’s student newspaper, The Breeze. They depict Springfest, an annual party hosted April 10. About 8,000 people attended the party, where a riot broke out. […]
In a utopian society, each of our freedoms would settle snugly into their own little compartment. The freedoms would only be shown when necessary, which would essentially be never since they wouldn’t be questioned. Our freedoms are guaranteed, but they don’t exist in isolation. Many times our personal freedoms conflict or our rights contradict those […]