If you’re looking for a quick way to make some basic edits to a photo, and the computer you’re using doesn’t have a graphics program, Picnik (http://www.picnik.com/) is a great resource.
By either uploading a photo from your computer, providing a URL or accessing a photo you already have stored online (Flickr, Google Picassa, Facebook, etc), the site will then provide you options to enhance, rotate, crop, resize and adjust your image (including sharpening) or many other effects. You can then save it to your computer or online accout or or e-mail it to someone else.
The paid for service provides you extra features, but for most users the free version will work fine. Ideal for mom and dad, there’s little to stress about and it’s easy to understand.
Placing a link to your blog from your MacEwan contact record is just one way to ensure people can find your site – but the more links to your site, the easier it becomes for people to find you. And of course, you’ll need to ensure search engines can find you as well.
There are applications and services available for a fee that will submit your information to search engines, (and many search engines just natuarally find our web pages) but it’s just as easy to pick a few engines and submit the site yourself. Here are just a few to get you started: