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    Default Re: Bing.com Seach Engine picture

    yeah love it i made it my home page XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by nu_D View Post
    Google them.
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    12 characters. Pure genius.
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    lol thanks. I sorta liked it myself.
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    No, seriously dude, google them: http://www.google.de/search?q=bing+i...chive&btnI=745.

    Brings you to an archive where you get all bing images in a calendar view. If you click an image, you will get additional information on the copyright of it (which you can then use to search for a possible higher resolution version to use it as a wallpaper), and for some images the hotspots the image had when it was used on the bing homepage.
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    eh... Finally finished downloading all of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by htwingnut View Post
    Why did they call it "Bing"? Just sounds like a substitute for a swear word. "Oh Bing it!"
    lol The first time I wanted to try out the site, I remembered and went to Bling.com, and was completely lost..
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    Every time I hear "bing" I remember Chandler Bing, suffice it to say it's not a welcomed memory.

    Google is a lot more powerful and versatile than Bing.... guess Bing wins on the pretty picture front though. Anywho.
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    I still don't see why Bing.com is sufficient as a search engine. What makes it so good? In the meantime, I'll stick with Google.
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    I like the preview function and the pictures on the homepage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davepermen View Post
    quite a good choice actually, if you remember how much domains just get registered for the fun of it, a.k.a. finding a fresh, short, good name nowadays that's free is very hard.
    Might not have been free. Companies spend ridiculous sums of money buying a domain name from someone else all the time; the company I work for now paid 20,000 for a domain name because someone else had it already and we wanted it.

    It's going to be a serious uphill struggle, but me personally I hope it takes off; if for nothing else than someone else in the market place other than google for PPC. Might make them more competitive on their pricing and more flexible on some of their policies. Wishful thinking...!
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