Clyde Street

Learning, Teaching, Performing

Celebrating PicApp

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I have been a little slow on the uptake! Scrolling through my WordPress dashboard I came across this post about PicApp.

I have been a keen user of The Commons of late but I am stunned that PicApp offers WordPress bloggers such remarkable pictures.

The announcement on 6 October noted that:

We are happy to share with you some good news, we have signed a partnership agreement with Automattic, the company behind the WordPress open source project and which runs WordPress.com.

What does it mean?

It means great news for the 7.5MM publishers using WordPress.com who just gained access to around 20 million premium, legal images and who can now search for and embed PicApp images into their blog posts.

I thought I would celebrate with these images:

[picapp src=”3/f/c/a/Australia_Victoria_Melbourne_77b3.jpg?adImageId=6169971&imageId=5064784″ width=”500″ height=”333″ /]

[picapp src=”6/1/1/5/St_Andrews_62c6.jpg?adImageId=6170914&imageId=6626859″ width=”500″ height=”286″ /]

[picapp src=”0168/6c192b19-d266-4b5e-8fa3-bce0a7738475.jpg?adImageId=6171229&imageId=172457″ width=”477″ height=”358″ /]

[picapp src=”7/c/1/a/Construction_Continues_On_94fa.jpg?adImageId=6171448&imageId=4227767″ width=”500″ height=”347″ /]

Author: Keith Lyons

Clyde Street has been my WordPress blog since June 2008. I write about learning, teaching and performing.

3 thoughts on “Celebrating PicApp

  1. Great! We need to find or make images for NISS… I’m having trouble finding

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