While other peeps are squabbling over which image editing software is the best to download or even buy—Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Paint .NET, The GIMP—sometimes a quick-and-dirty online solution is the answer.

PXN8 is not at all browser-heavy, even. It’s AJAX-driven, possibly the next best thing to, or even better than Flash. Choose a picture to edit (or make do with what it randomly loads) and then perform all your basic photo-editing functions (crop, resize, rotate, red eye, whiten!, sepia, color balance) or even the fun effects (lomo, filter, rounded edges, scan lines, blur, and snowflakes!). When you’re done, save it, or upload it to your Flickr account.

For the same peeps previously squabbling and now grumbling to themselves, “dang, why didn’t I think of that first?”, they obviously didn’t keep this in mind—

“About 80% of users only use 20% of a product’s features. We focus on that 20% and endeavour to make those features as simple as possible.” [»]

—but can be consoled by the fact that Sxoop, its creators, allows license PXN8 to be sold and rebranded for $749.00.

The Qwerks

Belongs to Circle Number
3, The Pseudo-Abstract

The Formula
Bastardized English: TXTLingo

Company Name’s Formula
Bastardized English: Consonant Swap (a.k.a. Since When Is X Pronounced as K??)

Web 2.0 Validator Score

Most Useful Feature
Handy Pronunciation Guide Above The Logo

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