Nitro PDF Reader 2.1 released, promises better PDF creation from Softwarecrew San Francisco-based Nitro PDF has released version 2.1 of its freeware PDF viewing and creation tool. Nitro PDF Reader 2.1, which is also available as a separate 64-bit build is a feature-rich PDF viewer with built-in PDF creation functionality, including the ability to directly convert over 300 document formats to PDF if the document’s parent application is installed. Version 2.1 introduces a number of notable new features, including a new 64-bit build of Thumbnail Preview, the standalone tool that generate navigable thumbnail previews of PDFs in Windows Explorer, that works in 64-bit versions of Windows 7 and Vista. The PDF creation engine, Nitro PDF Creator, has also been overhauled to deliver “significant improvements” in both performance and robustness, while also delivering smaller PDF files than previously. In addition to these new features, Nitro PDF Reader 2.1 also features over 85 individual bug fixes.
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Ten incredibly useful browser add-ons for journalists Browser extensions for Google Chrome, add-ons for Firefox and Safari extensions can be very powerful and incredibly useful to journalists. Here is a list of some that can help you find and search, verify sources and speed up picture annotation. Some of the extensions in this list are our tips and the rest are suggestions submitted to us after we sent out a tweet asking for nominations. 1. Verifying Twitter sources can be testing. The downside is you have to use Twitter’s own website rather than a platform such as TweetDeck and it does depend on users using the same email address to link their various profiles. 2. An incredibly useful Chrome and Firefox extension for online journalists who spend time annotating screengrabs in Photoshop and other graphics packages. First you click the button on your browser to take a screen shot and then you can crop the image, circle or blur an area and save it. 3. 4. Delicious has various add-ons to help users of the bookmarking platform. Tipster: @the_claus
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Herramientas 2.0 قالب وردپرسافزونه وردپرسقالب صحیفهافزونه Yoast Seo Premium 10 Twitter tools for better social networking Above all the social networks out there, I found that Twitter is by far the most powerful to build and grow a personal brand around yourself. Having yourself established online can be very helpful in many circumstances. It makes it easier to amplify your voice and get help and feedback with your ideas and projects. Oftentimes, although many want to establish themselves as authority, we can’t spend hour and hours each day doing this. Buffer – get 200% more clicks on your tweets What I found to be the most important ingredient to a great online appearance is to create amazing content for your followers. This allows me to spend a few minutes each morning on finding great posts and throwing them into my Buffer. Best bit: With every tweet Buffered you will know exactly how many people have clicked, retweeted, and how much reach it has gotten. Find out more: Buffer [Disclaimer: The author is the creator of Buffer] Twylah – get more out of your tweets Find out more: Twylah Find out more: Storify
Bring your Chrome settings everywhere For those who have used Google’s Chrome browser for quite some time already, surely moving from one computer to another is a handicap, especially when your favorite bookmarks, apps, extensions as well as history list are stored on your primary device. If only you could carry those settings with you regardless of the device you use, you thought to yourself. Well, that is now possible as signing in to Chrome will enable you to bring your Chrome settings wherever you go – letting you always enjoy a personal Chrome user experience. Whenever you are signed in to Chrome, should you alter something on a single device, it will instantly change that particular setting or scenario on all of the other devices. To make sure that there is no mix up with other people using the same computer, you can opt to add in new users to Chrome, so that individual users on the same computer will be able to enjoy their personal Chrome experience, now how about that?
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