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Picasa

An earlier photo editor and organizer from Google that was available as a free download. A unique feature was its ability to use the same image in multiple albums without duplicating the file. Photos tagged as "Gold Star" favorites could be searched independently. Collections of photos were made private by adding passwords. Google acquired digital photo management company Picasa, Inc., in 2004 but discontinued it in 2016 in favor of its Photos service (see Google Photos). See also pICAsso.
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We recommend installing the free Google Picasa photo editor on your computer.
The courses for Gimp and Google Picasa are organized in the same way.
Through the courses we have familiarized the students with the basics of work in the programs Zoner Callisto, Gimp and Google Picasa. Pupils after few lessons became familiar with the programs.
It offers the same menus on the screen -- including access to services like Hulu Plus, YouTube, AOL On, Rhapsody, Spotify, Live365, Pandora, PhotoBucket and Google Picasa -- and makes the same distinctive sounds.
Customers can access their images directly through the kiosk from such online-sharing sites as Facebook, the Kodak Gallery and Google Picasa Web albums to create and print premium photo products and Kodak Picture Movie DVDs.
He posted 10 to 12 images of a nude or sexual nature of his girlfriend and also of himself with her on to sites such as Facebook, MySpace, Tumblr and Google Picasa, the court heard.
Topics taken up on the Palm Breeze Cafe webcast have included Google Picasa 2, Cool Science Tools, Career Education Resources, and AirSet.
According to the company, all of Cavalier's new and current Hi-Speed Internet subscribers will have access to Google's communications tools such as Gmail e-mail services, Google Calendar for shared scheduling, Google Product Search for shopping, Google Picasa for photos, as well as the Google Start Page feature, which will allow subscribers to create a customisable home page.
"Expert" is the official PMA stamp of approval, and one that will start popping up at the top of consumer searches for local photo labs, including searches on computer networks like Microsoft Windows Vista, photo sharing and storage sites like Google Picasa, and wireless mobile carrier sites like Verizon Wireless.
The improvements to Picture Kiosk in version 5.0 allow consumers to use images from shared photo albums on social networks and imaging sites such as Facebook, Google Picasa and Kodak Gallery to create personalized premium photo products.