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Adobe have launched their free online photo editing and storage service.
This new and free web service converts html to pdf format. Just type in a web page URL or paste in HTML and press Convert to PDF. There's also a bookmarklet to convert webpages direct from your browser.
This is a tool with a variety of possible applications. The steps involved are >>Say what you want to be read - anything from an uploaded document to some cut and pasted text >>Choose a reader - up to 15 to select from including male and female voices as well as French and Spanish speakers >>Sit back and listen - either online or downloaded as a MP3 file or embedded in your blog/website. Go to the website and do a quick test with some short text and have it read by 1 of 2 readers OR register for a completely free account.
Here is a new screencasting tool. Record and share your screen in a video.
Record videos to help friends use their computer, training tips for other students, help people use your websites, blogs and wikis.
Some time ago Google acquired the wiki site, JotSpot, and has been developing it ever since. Now it has been re-born within Google's new application, Google Sites, which makes "creating a team site as easy as editing a document". "People can work together on a Site to add file attachments, information from other Google applications (like Google Docs, Google Calendar, YouTube and Picasa), and new free-form content. Creating a site together is as easy as editing a document, and you always control who has access, whether it's just yourself, your team, or your whole organization.
KoolWire is a file conversion service that sends the conversions via email. It has the ability to convert a Word, PowerPoint, and Excel files to PDF, as well as PDFs back to Word. Additionally, it can take MP3s and Wavs back and forth.
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