Quick Tips on Using Picasa

My wife make full use of Picasa to put my daughter’s picture into her blog. So I decided to share with you all about this great image software.

What is Picasa?
Picasa is a software application for organizing and editing digital photos, originally created by Idealab and now owned by Google. ‘Picasa’ is a multi-wordplay on the name of Spanish painter Pablo Picasso plus the phrase “mi casa” for “my house” and “pic” pictures (personalized art). The icon and logo is a stylized house formed by the aperture blades of a photographic lens. In July 2004, Google began offering Picasa for free download.

Picasa is software that helps you to instantly find, edit and share all the pictures on your PC. Every time you open Picasa, it automatically locates all your pictures (even ones you forgot you had) and sorts them into visual albums organized by date with folder names that you will recognize.

You can drag and drop to arrange your albums and make labels to create new groups. Picasa makes sure your pictures are always organized.

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Win cash :)

Another online contest for you join at MYLIBRARY, you just can resist it 🙂

As my way of thanking my readers, my blogger friends and my constant visitors, I’ll be giving away cash prizes to contest participants with the highest accumulated points across all my three blogs.

1st place – $100.00
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3rd place – $ 40.00
4th place – $ 30.00
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paybox Empowers Celcom to Launch New Mobile Payments and Banking Solution in Malaysia

paybox Empowers Celcom to Launch New Mobile Payments and Banking Solution in Malaysia

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paybox was selected by Celcom as its solutions partner to set up a holistic mobile Banking and Payment solution that will allow customers to access their accounts at any bank, at a minimal investment by the participating banks. Cardholders of the Celcom-TuneMoney Prepaid VisaCard will be able to check their balance and transaction history, recharge their prepaid airtime and transfer money to each other – just via their mobile phone

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101 Writing Tips

by Scorpio

  1. Every sentence should make sense in isolation. Like that one.
  2. Excessive hyperbole is literally the kiss of death.
  3. ASBMAETP: Acronyms Should Be Memorable And Easy To Pronounce, and SATAN: Select Acronyms That Are Non-offensive.
  4. Finish your point on an up-beat note, unless you can’t think of one.
  5. Don’t patronise the reader-he or she might well be intelligent enough to spot it.
  6. A writer needs three qualities: creativity, originality, clarity and a good short term memory.
  7. Choose your words carefully and incitefully.
  8. Avoid unnecessary examples; e.g. this one.
  9. Don’t use commas, to separate text unnecessarily.
  10. It can be shown that you shouldn’t miss out too many details.

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101 Writing Tips

101 Writing Tips

by Scorpio

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  1. Every sentence should make sense in isolation. Like that one.
  2. Excessive hyperbole is literally the kiss of death.
  3. ASBMAETP: Acronyms Should Be Memorable And Easy To Pronounce, and SATAN: Select Acronyms That Are Non-offensive.
  4. Finish your point on an up-beat note, unless you can’t think of one.
  5. Don’t patronise the reader-he or she might well be intelligent enough to spot it.
  6. A writer needs three qualities: creativity, originality, clarity and a good short term memory.
  7. Choose your words carefully and incitefully.
  8. Avoid unnecessary examples; e.g. this one.
  9. Don’t use commas, to separate text unnecessarily.
  10. It can be shown that you shouldn’t miss out too many details.

(more…)

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