Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Free Online PDF Converter

If you need to operate with PDF format, but you do not have the appropriate software on your computer, tablet, or smart phone, the free online conversion utility might be quite handy.

Convert all the mainstream formats to PDF, merge them with other PDF formats or convert PDF files to other formats as well.

The following file formats are supported for conversion to PDF:
Documents: pdf, txt
Image's: jpg, gif, png, tiff, bmp, dib
Office: doc, xls, ppt, docx, xlsx, pptx

The following file formats are supported for conversion from PDF:
Documents: pdf, doc (Word), xlsx (Excel)
Image's: jpg
eBook formats: epub, fb2, lit, lrf, mobi, oeb, pdb, pml, rb, rtf, tcr, txt



There are many options like photo FX, page selections and PDF design options.





Saturday, July 29, 2017

If This Than That (IFTTT)

How you much time you spend online? How much optimized are your virtual activities? What can you do to work smarter?

Go ahead, put the internet to work for you by creating tasks that fit this simple structure: "if this then that".

OK, be creative and think of all the things you could do if you could define any task as: when something happens (this) then do something else (that). An example trigger: "if I'm tagged in a photo on Facebook" or "if I tweet on Twitter." "then send me a text message" or "then create a status message on Facebook".

You are simple ahead of the normal curve, you are notified immediately after the trigger, defined by you, has been activated.

You can sign up for a free account with IFTT to turn on Applets for 500+ services on Android and iOS. These applets cover multiple aspects of your life, like email, daily activities, politics, health, music, voice assistance, graphics, and much more. Explore the possibilities and it is possible you will find an interesting proactive solution, easing your life and improving your daily routine.





Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Change your Password Now!

If you care for safety and security of your online passwords and credentials, you may consider changing them again. Security experts have spotted a new massive database of login credentials — over 560 million emails and passwords — put together by an unknown person and for unknown reason. In any case, that is not information that you would be happy to share with the World, especially when it includes financial and other essential records.

The database was discovered by the Kromtech Security Research Center, while performing a regular scan of easily accessible devices connected to the internet. Most of the information has been already included in the website Have I Been Pwned, allowing users to see if their accounts have been compromised in the captured data breaches. The site is compiled and managed by Troy Hunt, an Australian Microsoft Regional Director and one of the top Security Experts.



Checking your accounts is simple, easy, and fast, so I do not see any reasons not to check the user name or email address against the security leaks discovered.


The information, contained on this database, represent the numerous former and recent breaches at sites such as LinkedIn, LastFM, Tumblr, and Dropbox. 
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