Picnik, Makeover for your photographs on web

Want to edit and fine tune your pictures online? Picnik is the website you might want to try. This nicely designed and easy to use website lets you edit your pictures online for free. There are a lot of features to tune your images including resize, exposure, crop, rotate and even red eye fixing.

You can upload your photographs from your computer, import from your flickr account, or any website, import from webcam and you can also user Yahoo image search or flickr search on picnik to get pictures. Once, you are done with the makeover, images can be saved to your computer, can be emailed or printed. You can also export images to your flickr account.

Picnik can be used as a replacement of online Photoshop, until Adobe brings Photoshop online

source: BBC click

Yahoo gets it wrong for Cricket World cup

Yahoo India’s Cricket world cup page has everything you need for cricket world cup starting from News, columns, scorecard, sports blog and even Sunil Gavaskar but don’t go by their Cricket world cup schedule otherwise you will be stumped.

The World Cup schedule which can be downloaded as wallpaper is completely messed up. Some key matches are missing (eg. India Vs Sri Lanka) and team flags are wrong (South Africa and Pakistan have same flags). :-)

See the messed up Cricket World Cup Schedule on Yahoo!

Google Joins Cricket World Cup fever

As the Cricket fever is soaring, Google is also ready for all the Cricket World Cup action. There are plenty of things happening on Google for ICC Cricket World Cup. Google Cricket blogger will be finding the best Cricket blog around and if your cricket blog is voted the best, you'll get to express your cricket views on TV with K. Srikkanth. Shrikkanth is also blogging for Google on World Cup, Blogger roadshow are being organized in Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Bhopal and Indore.

You can also download the Cricket gadgets for Google Desktop.

via Google Operating System

Rediffmail, Now with unlimited Free Storage

Rediffmail (The lightning fast email) is now offering free unlimited storage for their registered users. Users can store their files, Videos and MP3s for free without worrying about the storage space.

The unlimited storage feature is very enticing, however, I don’t think this feature would be deciding factor while opting for free email service. I abandoned my Rediffmail after opting Gmail some two years back, as Rediffmail did not have search mail feature then. Also, Rediff sends you at least 10 promotional emails daily, that's irritating . But hey, unlimited free space is not a bad deal!!

Rediff is now focusing completely on Indian email and chat users. Their Rediffmail TV ad which takes on Yahoo! and their messenger RediffBol’s TV ad are interesting. They have AJAXified their email interface, have introduced a new Question and Answer section and a lot more..

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