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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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* Recursos para partilha e transferencia de informacao: picassa, flicker, google drive, slideshare, dropbox, onedrive, delicious;
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As part of these changes, the Google Hangouts team will be moving to the Android team and it's likely the Google Picassa team will follow.
Y asi una larga lista de herramientas dedicadas a la interaccion social apoyadas en diferentes soportes, caracterizadas, todas ellas, por su gran capacidad de arrastre en todos los sectores poblacionales (YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Flickr, Picassa, etc.) (De-Juanas y Diestro, 2012).
With the software, creating and monitoring files is simple with Google Does, Blogger becomes a modern take on writing assignments, and images stored in Picassa are available to students and teachers for various uses never before possible.
Students learned to work with unfamiliar software programs such as Photoshop, iMovie, iPhoto, Google Picassa, PowerPoint, a Scrapbook program, Microsoft Paint, Microsoft Works, Windows Movie Maker, and Audacity to develop competencies.
•Intuitive 9.3cm touch screen LCD enables quick access to cloud services including Google Docs, Facebook, Flickr, Picassa, Dropbox and Evernote
Chapters cover many of Google's key products including Google Docs, Gmail, Blogger, Google+, Picassa, YouTube, and Google Earth, grouping the applications thematically into sections covering communication and collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking and problem solving.
The service works initially with Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Picassa and Flickr, and the the company says it will add Tumblr and Instapaper in the future.
The device will also come bundled with YouTube, Google Talk, Picassa, Ibibo Teenpatti, and Gmail apps.