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5 short links for today #7

morguefile 1. MorgueFile: Despite the morbid and peculiar file name, MorgueFile is a good free stock photo website. It functions both as a photo sharing site where photographers can create portfolios to share their work, as well as a site where you can get royalty free images for your projects. I found their collection a lot better than most other free photo sites.

2. Bing: New Features Relevant to Webmasters, a PDF whitepaper from Microsoft discussing key new features of the search engine Bing that are relevant to webmasters as well as search engine optimization (SEO) considerations needed for Bing. Just some basic information.

cgdigg 3. CGDigg: A Digg type social news website for CG and animation news. It’s a new startup and doesn’t have too many active users but a good source for CG related news and articles.

kuler 4. Adobe Kuler: A web application for generating inspiring color themes for various web projects. With Kuler you can experiment quickly with color variations and browse thousands of themes from the Kuler community. A nice tool for graphics designers.

5. LiveTyping: Create animated texts for posting in blogs or forums, like this:


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