I like the idea of quality photos for free.
To-day Kiosked opened its growing archive of some 5 million photos, which can be used on the Internet by anyone. Pictures are tagged with related advertisements, which can be clicked, and when these lead to sales, the copyright owner, content provider and Kiosked get a small cut.
"We will turn the Web upside down," co-founder Micke Paqvalen told Reuters in an interview. "We will turn the Internet into what it was originally intended to be -- the world's largest marketplace, without annoying banners."
I'm not affiliated.