Google Axes Picasa

From ResearchBUZZ:

This is my unhappy face: Google is killing off Picasa. “Google announced this morning that it will no longer support the Picasa desktop application as of March 16, 2016. In addition, it will be archiving Picasa Web Albums data at a later date while encouraging those users to convert to Google Photos instead.” I like Picasa. I like it better than Google Photos. Sigh.

Google for Non-Profits

Google for Non-Profits …

Google offers many tools for genealogy research, but there are also a number of tools that can improve society operations and support your membership. Even better, Google offers non-profit organizations an amazing array of tools for free or at highly-discounted rates. Plus, they have an impressive support system to help you take advantage of those tools to support your organization and…

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Google for Non-Profits

Google offers many tools for genealogy research, but there are also a number of tools that can improve society operations and support your membership. Even better, Google offers non-profit organizations an amazing array of tools for free or at highly-discounted rates. Plus, they have an impressive support system to help you take advantage of those tools to support your organization and membership. Google for Nonprofits offers tools for fund-raising, website management, online collaboration and social media. Tools available to you as part of this program include:

  • Gmail
  • Google Calendar
  • Google Drive
  • Google Ad Grants
  • Google Analytics
  • Google Earth Outreach
  • YouTube Nonprofit Program
  • Google+ (including Hangouts)

You must hold current 501(c)(3) status and agree to the application’s required certifications regarding nondiscrimination and donation receipt and use to qualify for the program. For more information and to join the program, visit the Google for Nonprofits site.