Ah ha!.. daylife, the site were I get most of my photos(for free) is no longer allowing public use of it's photos and news..I went to the site and this is what they have posted..
I'll be posting fewer photos. I will get them from G*etty, and other news sites.Who moved my news?
Daylife has operated a site for the news reading public since 2006, directing news junkies to the best content that the English language web has to offer, showcasing imagery from the best photographers in the world, and enhancing the worlds news with Daylife’s patented rocket science.
At the same time, Daylife pays the rent by selling the capabilities of our platform to publishers. These publishers are, in many cases, attracting the same reading public served by the site that used to live at news.daylife.com
That wasn’t working for us, and we’ve decided to stop running a site for readers.
Now we have that much more time to spend helping our customers build kickass sites using Daylife’s platform.
So if you’re looking for news, powered and enhanced by Daylife’s tech – Check out our customers!
And, of course, there’s plenty of information about our company and our technology at daylife.com
Counterfeit drugs seized by the U.S. Customs & Border Protection are seen on display at the agency's offices at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York August 15, 2012. Picture taken August 15, 2012.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer Boris Sapozhnikov looks at counterfeit drugs seized by the agency at its offices at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York August 15, 2012. Picture taken August 15, 2012.
A young girl eats a pretzel(?) as she holds a Tibetan flag during a demonstration on August 28, 2012 in front of the chancellery in Berlin to protest against China's alleged human rights abuses in Tibet, ahead of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit to China at the end of August.
Students cover their eyes with red ribbons as a symbolic gesture of refusing to be "hoodwinked" during a protest against a new Chinese national education course in Hong Kong August 28, 2012. An expected 10,000 activists will head for the streets and march to the government headquarters on Saturday to demand the government scrap its plan to introduce the curriculum for students aged six years and older into schools on September 1, according to government radio. The furore focuses on a Hong Kong government-funded 34-page book, the basis of the curriculum, titled "The China Model" celebrating China's single party Communist state as a unique political system under which its economy and society have flourished.
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, center, and Chinese President Hu Jintao inspect a guard of honor during a welcome ceremony held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2012. China is hosting Egypt's newly elected president despite its uneasiness with the Arab Spring revolution that helped bring him to power, while the new leader seeks to shore up his country's flagging economy.
Scientist Jian Li looks at a computer screen displaying the results of a mass spectrometer test in a laboratory at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in Silver Spring, Maryland August 14, 2012. Picture taken August 14, 2012.
Two Chinese fishing boats with 34 crew members aboard capsized Tuesday in waters about 1.8 kilometers from South Korea's port of Hwasun in Jeju's Seogwipo, an official from the Chinese Consulate stationed on Jeju has confirmed. Three crew members have been rescued and 31 others went missing, the official said. [Xinhua]
Newly-admitted undergraduates of Anhui University attend millitary training in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, Aug. 28, 2012. (Xinhua/Du Yu)