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My image Fatpaint – While there are numerous impressive free image editing tools available online, these tools usually fall short of meeting a graphic designer’s requirements. As a result, designers opt for a paid installable application. But with Fatpaint, graphic designers get an advanced browser-based image editing and designing tool, a free to use web tool intended to be used by graphic designers. Read more: Fatpaint: Advanced Image Editing, Vector & Paint Application

My image Chatbadge – Interaction with their site’s visitors helps webmasters figure out which parts of the site please or displease the audience. While comments and feedback forms are effective, they are relatively slow when compared to live chatting. To add a live chat feature to your site check out ChatBadge, a web tool that is currently in beta; people who sign up for the beta can use the tool for free forever. Read more: Chatbadge: Add A Live Chat To Your Site
My image Glancely – If you are a fan of Etsy or like to buy homemade products online, then you should check out Glancely. This website provides instant visual search of products found using Etsy’s API so you can browse, search, and buy the products that you like quickly. You can find products by typing a related product in the search bar. You will get several pictures instantly laid out for you.
My image Shrib – Saving text files on somebody else’s computer is not a wise idea. This is why you should go for online note-taking apps while using the Internet on somebody else’s computer. To get the job done quickly and securely, check out the online note-taking app called Shrib, a simple and free web tool. You can type the note into the text area and then quickly save it. Optionally you can save backup copies for your notes in case you want to track changes. Read more: Shrib: Take & Save Notes Online Securely
My image ItsMyUrls – If you maintain a number of social media profiles and have a hard time keeping track of them all, or maybe you want to aggregate them all on one page to facilitate easy sharing of your online identity, then you should take a look at ItsMyUrls. It creates an online business card with links to all your social profiles, blogs and any other link you want to include. That’s not all. Read more: ItsMyUrls: Your Online Identity On One Page (With QR Code)

 

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  1. laboratory
    January 24, 2011 at 7:14 pm

    ItsMyUrls - I'm not impressed with the presentation. From the one hand everybody shouts about social privacy (or lack of privacy on social networks) and on the other hand we have one solution that shows yout complete "foot print" on the net.

    Choose a side people!

    Cheers.

    • Aibek
      January 26, 2011 at 2:54 am

      good point, I guess this tool is for those folks who don't mind sharing their profile information with everyone. :-)

  2. laboratory
    January 24, 2011 at 8:14 pm

    ItsMyUrls - I'm not impressed with the presentation. From the one hand everybody shouts about social privacy (or lack of privacy on social networks) and on the other hand we have one solution that shows yout complete "foot print" on the net.

    Choose a side people!

    Cheers.

  3. Makeuseof-disqus
    January 22, 2011 at 9:10 am

    Fatpaint looks interesting. If anyone wants to compare it very quickly and easily with its main competition (pixlr, sumopaint, aviary), they can use ImgOps.com (http://www.makeuseof.com/dir/i...

    Here is an example link you can use for that purpose:
    http://imgops.com/editgif.com/...
    (Just click on any of the tools in the "edit" section)

    I'll be contacting Fatpaint to see if they can provide import image url that will make it possible to add to ImgOps.

  4. Makeuseof-disqus
    January 22, 2011 at 8:10 am

    Fatpaint looks interesting. If anyone wants to compare it very quickly and easily with its main competition (pixlr, sumopaint, aviary), they can use ImgOps.com (http://www.makeuseof.com/dir/imgops-edit-online-images/).

    Here is an example link you can use for that purpose:
    http://imgops.com/editgif.com/cat-and-dog.jpg
    (Just click on any of the tools in the "edit" section)

    I'll be contacting Fatpaint to see if they can provide import image url that will make it possible to add to ImgOps.

  5. Mgc
    January 21, 2011 at 8:31 pm

    It all depends on what type of project you are creating. If you have an older computer with slow internet, then Fatpaint will be slow for large images. The image size can be up to 7000 x 7000 pixels, and as small as 15 x 15 pixels. On my system with 15mbit internet and fast intel core7 cpu and fast nvidia gfx card, fatpaint runs ok for making t-shirts.

    Another thing, you can use Fatpaint just for writting text slogans, so for that, it's definetly not slow, no matter your computer speed.

  6. AMAZING WEBSITES AND PROJECTS
    January 21, 2011 at 12:14 pm

    Fatpaint is a good program, rich of features, but the online version is TOO SLOW so I suggest to develop a standalone version

    • Mgc
      January 21, 2011 at 7:31 pm

      It all depends on what type of project you are creating. If you have an older computer with slow internet, then Fatpaint will be slow for large images. The image size can be up to 7000 x 7000 pixels, and as small as 15 x 15 pixels. On my system with 15mbit internet and fast intel core7 cpu and fast nvidia gfx card, fatpaint runs ok for making t-shirts.

      Another thing, you can use Fatpaint just for writting text slogans, so for that, it's definetly not slow, no matter your computer speed.

      • Aibek
        January 22, 2011 at 11:43 am

        thanks for the input!

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