And for what has google exchanged Picasa? The miserable Google Photos. Edits offered there are like what a four year old might doodle. I'm resentful and angry. Everything was going so fine, with my photo hobby and Picasa.
It's like having your experienced kind and competent doctor leave town, leaving you with some pimple faced 20 year old who once changed adult diapers in a nursing home. He's going to be your new "primary care".
Google you bad bad huge giant rich ass out of touch corporation!
I know I'm typing on blogger, which you bought and own too. You haven't yet ruined it or charged a zillion bucks to use it but I bet you do soon.
I use Picasa for uploading my cat photos, to try to get them seen and get donations for my little nonprofit. Yes, I'm in outrage mode. I have LOVED Picasa. But google, you don't know me. You see me as dollars that can line your pockets (aren't you rich enough) and I saw you, after you bought Picasa, with a skeptical eye, and as a snake that I hoped would be friendly, not dripping poison, just waiting there in the grass or under a rock.
Last night I notice my photos aren't automatically getting added to Picasa. Something was up. I stumbled onto the articles about Google dumping Picasa, although it will still remain, no more updates and by May 1, certain features will get disabled. Probably all those useful nice features.
The irony? I live in Oregon and google has its data farms spread all over eastern Oregon. They get nice fat tax breaks for locating out there. So they can screw the little people by losing Picasa. That's how I feel.
In other news, 3 kitties were fixed today. I uploaded photos of the cats, then saw they did not upload to Picasa where I could manipulate and store them. I manually added two, one at a time, before my rising blood pressure sent me in search of why this suddenly was. Darn google anyhow.
|Halo from Lebanon fixed today|
|Fletcher from the Geary st colony area, a porch cat|
|Kato, a Sweet Home kitten|
Like they care.