jueves, abril 12, 2007

Googleized

It seems all-powerful Google is embracing and extending the Internet these days. There is not little space on the Internet Google do not have a business plan for it.

First was Flickr (I always get confused writing it) and now is Picasa Web Albums. I love Flickr, they have increased the space quota for its users up to 2GB, a big stake to be honest. They also have increased the amount of MB a user can upload every month, but on the other hand, now there is a annoying restriction by which only last 200 pics on a album can be shown. And I am not going Pro...

Then, Picasa Web Albums come to the rescue. Apart from being one of the funniest and well-thought image programs I have ever tried (OK, Irfanview continues to be unbeatable as image viewer), now Picasa issues a feature that allow users to upload their pics to the internet. Space quota is just 1 GB by now, but it seems it would get bigger in the future as GMail.

So, I got googleized and I am going to start migrating my Flickr photo albums to Picasa. Hope some Yahoo! executive read this post and change their business plan. I think I am not alone...

Apart from Picasa, I am using Google Docs & Spreadsheets at work these days since upgrading my OpenOffice 1.1 to 2.0 seems to be a non-easy task to do...

I am feeling lucky!!! do you???

6 comentarios:

iurgir dijo...

You have already been abducted inside the Plan To Control the World of Google. Susana would be happy.
And, by the way, the 200 pics thing in Flickr was a problem since the very beggining-laaaa

iurgir dijo...

Here the whole thing.

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diego dijo...

xnview tambien existe!
En su tiempo usé bastante el Adobe Photoshop Album. Buenísimo!

..ahora uso el iPhoto ;D

Biby Cletus dijo...

Nice post, its a really cool blog that you have here, keep up the good work, will be back.

Warm Regards

Biby Cletus - Blog

Efrain dijo...

That's Cool... Google's philosophy of get the best with paying nothing will change the world. All they have and all they bought are really great products at all! I have heard google is working in a OS based in Linux. Will be Google the next Microsoft???... I hope It wont!

Regards