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The simplest way to grab a visitor’s attention, impress a client, or draw eyeballs for an online promotion, is to go with slideshows created in Flash. Flash slideshows look snazzy, are light weight and are visible on almost any web browser. But how long can we scrape through with the good old two dimensional slide and flip transitions?

This where CU3ER steps in to our rescue. CU3ER comes with a great set of features, enabling you to create 3D slideshows with a wide range of customization options to make your slideshow as impressive as possible. Let us go check it out.

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There’s a new Google Image UI out and about and it’s looking decidedly Bing-ish. It’s not often that you see Google taking a lead from Microsoft – and certainly not in anything to do with search. But I guess a good thing is a good thing.

There are of course some differences. The main results listing looks pretty much identical to Bing, except packed a lot tighter and with different Google controls on the side. The image details page however is now an overlay on top of the faded out site the image came from. Bing’s version of this page shows the image above the results. Both are an improvement on Google’s old UI! (more…)

We come across a boat load of images every single day. In this social age, we share images of friends, happy moments, anniversaries, karaokes, pet hamsters, etc. via email or social networking sites. However awesome or how many images there may be, the standard form of consumption is click and view. That’s too many clickety clicks everyday. Is there a fun way to share and view images?

Team Animoto says Yes. Animoto team has a very nice intro video briefing what to expect from the service. The video runs for just 60 seconds and the visuals are stunning. Let’s see if the service also lives up to the awesomeness of the intro. video.

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Looking for the best way to store and share your photos? You’re not alone! There are many fantastic sites for photo sharing and we’ve rounded up the top twenty. One or more of these are bound to meet your needs and much more.

We’ve rounded up the top twenty absolute best photo storage and sharing sites, including pricing, storage, accepted file types and other core information to make your decision even easier.

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Pixable enables you to be more creative with your photos and easily create photo albums, calendars and mosaics in a matter of minutes with ease. Once you’ve finished your creation, order prints or just share via the web to allow your friends or family to order prints.

Pixable was kind enough to give away ten free 22 page 8×5.5″ photo albums to our readers and here’s a list of who won!

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Taking pictures of every moment in life is the norm these days, now that we have cameras in our phones, laptops and other mobile devices—not to mention ever smaller dedicated point and shoot cameras. You share all those photos on Facebook, Picasa, Flickr and similar sites, but what about doing something more creative with them?

With Pixable, you can use photos uploaded to sites like Flickr, Facebook or locally stored on your computer to create photo books, calendars and mosaics. Once you’ve created your photo masterpiece, you can even order high quality prints.

Pixable has offered to give ten of our readers a free 22 page 8×5.5″ photo album!

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Taking pictures of every moment in life is the norm these days, now that we have cameras in our phones, laptops and other mobile devices—not to mention ever smaller dedicated point and shoot cameras. You share all those photos on Facebook, Picasa, Flickr and similar sites, but what about doing something more creative with them?

With Pixable, you can use photos uploaded to sites like Flickr, Facebook or stored locally on your computer to create photo books, calendars and mosaics. Once you’ve created your photo masterpiece, you can even order high quality prints. Let’s take a quick look at the creative mosaic feature.

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Among the many ways to share and store photos, Picasa is one of my favorites. Along with great desktop software for management, Picasa’s web interface has a great selection of features and options. If you’re looking for a smart, simple and easy way to share and store your photos with the ability to expand, in both storage and flexibility, as your photo albums do — Picasa is a great choice.

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