ANSWER THE CYBERBEE COPYRIGHT QUESTIONS!
If you are creating a project that will be published online and you want to use images that someone else created then:
1. Be sure you have PERMISSION from the creator -- this means research!
2. Give credit to the creator - where you found the image
Copyright Friendly Links for Images:
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page (On this site, you are searching photos and pics where the creator has allowed reuse.)
http://www.burningwell.org/ (Do not choose any of the "stock" photo options at the bottom of the page - those have to be paid for, they are not part of Creative Commons licenses)
http://www.edupic.net/search.htm (Try skimming through the keywords rather than using the search to search for your own term.)
Every Stock Photo
http://www.everystockphoto.com/ (Some really beautiful photographs - check the license on the right side of the screen.)
Free Photo Bank
http://www.freephotobank.org/main.php (Do not use the search or you will get to photos that cost money - use the categories to browse for photos.)
http://www.freefoto.com/index.jsp (You will need to follow their license agreement after finding good photos.)
From Old Books
http://www.fromoldbooks.org/ (Antique looking pictures and photos from old books - easier to browse with the provided keywords than to tag.)
Public Domain Photos
http://sirismm.si.edu/siris/sirisimagegallery.htmw (Give credit and link back to the image if you are making a "linkable" project like a website or wiki)
http://www.veezzle.com/ (Searches a variety of sources - check licenses.)
http://www.wpclipart.com/ (Just clip art - no photos)
Yale Digital Content
http://discover.odai.yale.edu/ydc/ (Arty stuff)
Using Google Image Search the "Copyright" Way
Search for your image key term in Google (I like going directly to http://images.google.com)
Select the "Tool" Gadget in the upper right corner
Go to "Advanced Search" and scroll down to "Usage Rights" - change the rights to "Free to Use or Share"
Then click on the "Advanced Search" button - your results will change and their will be fewer! Use these pictures in your project and be sure to give credit to the site/creator where you found them.