Announcing New Embed Support for Getty Images

This is wonderful news.

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Earlier today, Getty Images announced a new embed feature that will allow people to access and share photos from its extensive library of images for non-commercial purposes. We have been working with Getty Images over the past few weeks and are excited to bring this feature to WordPress.com!

Embedding images at the speed of a shutter

Imagery is a powerful way to communicate your ideas. Whether you want to profile a famous personality or share your passion for soccer, you can now do so with Getty Images’ photography. With this new embed feature, WordPress.com users can access one of the world’s largest digital archives in a simple and — just as important — legal way.

To embed an image, you can grab the embed code directly from the Getty Images website. Just hover over the image, and click on the embed icon “</>”:

Getty Embed SS

Next, copy the embed code into…

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How print books are here to stay

You’ll be surprised by the numbers…

An accessible summary of this article is available in the chapter and verse section at the CS Monitor.

http://www.csmonitor.com/Books/chapter-and-verse/2013/0107/Print-is-Here-to-Stay-a-WSJ-article-spreads-like-wildfire

This original essay is on the Wall Street Journal site at this link, which is less accessible.

http://ow.ly/gCib7