Re: Web site for inexpensive stock photos and clipart?
Not sure if this is the particular site that you are looking for (there are literally thousands of them) but I've always used www.istockphoto.com (recommended by Guy Kawasaki in his book "The Art of the Start" www.artofthestart.com)
I second Dave's recommendation of iStockphoto. They have a credit system. You buy one credit for $1 and then each photo has different resolutions depending on what you want it for. Generally low resolution is 1 credit and high resolution is around 3 credits. They also have vector based artwork and buttons.
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