lrohner brought up a a great question IF Bing had the ability to search for photos in the public domain that we could freely use.
We often talk about what Hub Pages could do for us - what needs do you as active Internet users see that Bing and Google could add to help us as writers and promoters out on the world wide web?
Good thread btw ")
I like the idea of a good 'free photo site' plus something with different templates so we could maybe play around with techniques etc.
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