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Erin John LeFevre

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Has anyone else had the chance to play around with the Aviary web applications? I tried the vector application "Raven" as well as the "Peacock" visual laboratory. Raven was simple enough to understand. Basic vector drawing tools. The Peacock was a little more 'out-there' and I didn't get very far in my free five minutes. But I'll be back to try the raster editor and color apps. To me this is a great example of what's to come in the way of online applications.

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Thanks for the link Erin. I just spent some time playing with the Phoenix image editor. It is pretty powerful for something that is just running in the browser.

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