A large number of users of the photo editing web site Picnik are blasting Google's decision to shut down the web site in mid-April, saying they don't want to use Google+ to access Picnik's features.
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Google is once again shutting down a number of side projects and businesses, including the online photo editing web site Picnik, the data management system Needlebase and more.
Google announced that it has acquired another small company today, Picnik.com. According to Yahoo.com, the financial terms for the deal were not disclosed; Picnik employs 20 people and is 5 years old. The 20...