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I Like Sprixi

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Sprixi is a new search engine for images, mostly ones that have a Creative Commons license. It’s design is very attractive and easy to use. The key reason I like it, though, is because when you want to use one of their photos, it automatically shows whatever permissions are required. I know the New York Public Library photo collection does the same thing when you use their photos in a VoiceThread, but I’m not sure of other services that do the same.

In the comments section, please let me know what other web applications you know of that offer a similar service.

I’m adding Sprixi to The Best Online Sources For Images.

Thanks to Diana Dell for the tip.

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

One Comment

  1. Hi Larry,
    Thanks for posting this. Looks interesting and has a nice user interface. My favourite way of searching for CC images is by using which is a Flickr search engine. You can select the type of license you require by using a drop-down menu at the top. Gives you lots of beautiful images!

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