martes, 29 de enero de 2013

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A primeira-dama de El Salvador, Vanda Pignato, concede entrevista, no Palácio do Planalto, após encontro com a presidenta Dilma Rousseff. Ela convidou Dilma para visitar El Salvador. 




Entrevista da primeira-dama de El Salvador, Vanda Pignato

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Online places to find public-domain multimedia

If you're looking to add some flavor to your blog or any other online project, getting public-domain photos, audio, and video is a great way to do it.
If you're a blogger, you know that finding images, videos, and audio for your blog without worry of copyright issues can be difficult. Either the content is copyrighted, or you need to pay for it. In either case, it's not as tempting as freely available, copyright-free media.
Luckily, there are resources across the Web that allow you to use multimedia content for free with some simple attribution. It's a great way to add interesting flavor to your blog without worry of copyright issues.
Let's take a look:

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Creative Commons A search for public-domain multimedia content usually starts with Creative Commons. The site is one of the best places to go, if you're looking for content to add to your blog.
When you get to Creative Commons, you'll find a search box where you can input a query. From there, a handy tabbed-browsing interface is shown, allowing you to send your query to Google search, Google Images, Flickr, and more.
Creative Commons' site is quick to point out that all the searches bring you to third-party sites, and there's no guarantee that the content is free to use, but you'll notice under the search box that the page automatically searches for content that's "free to use, share, or modify, even commercially."
I've used the search engine on numerous occasions and had some success using it. Try out Creative Commons, if you want to search several sites for some photos. 




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