Finding An Alternative To The Free Picnik Photo Editor
Posted 06 March 2012 - 09:12 AM
Posted 07 March 2012 - 08:31 AM
A free offer from Google as well, it has almost any type of editing features that enthusiasts could need. Many tools with Sliders, & Buttons for all sorts of adjustments, and after tweaking your pix, they are ready to Save, or Send via email, while leaving the original on your hard drive, as it was. - I was impressed from the beginning, and it has evolved into a really great, and simple to use Photo Editor, & Great Organizer! - (FREE!)_
Posted 21 March 2012 - 01:42 PM
Posted 21 March 2012 - 08:34 PM
What this 'yahoo' isn't considering is what will be most damaging to this decision. If I were in charge, I'd contribute Picnik's inability to generate profits forecasted as justifiable; because the very people that it benefits are the same people who have the most influence over the web. This of course includes bloggers, socialites, and others who set the 'online trends', like if Google is cool or not.
I hate to say it, but Google really screwed the pooch on this decision.
Perhaps their refocused mission of 'attaining & organizing the world's information' may consider actual usable data as more useful, since that's what they use to perfect targeted advertisements. In other words, they can't learn that much about me based on my Woody The Woodpecker pictures, my random art sprees and miscellaneous photo crops. They probably look at this as too much of a 'photo editing' service & not enough of a 'user profiler tool' that could learn about what you like reading about, buying, etc.
That's my two cents.
Sergei, Larry - get control of your company before the execs you have running it turn it into a toilet (like Yahoo).