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Eclecti.ca » pdf http://eclecti.ca Like The Internet...but smaller Thu, 08 May 2014 18:30:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9 M3talinks for May 4th through May 5th http://eclecti.ca/m3talinks-for-may-4th/ http://eclecti.ca/m3talinks-for-may-4th/#comments Wed, 05 May 2010 15:00:00 +0000 http://eclecti.ca/2010/05/m3talinks-for-may-4th/ M3talinks for May 4th through May 5th:

  • Abney Park – Steampunk Band
  • Thoughts on Flash – I wanted to jot down some of our thoughts on Adobe’s Flash products so that customers and critics may better understand why we do not allow Flash on iPhones, iPods and iPads. Adobe has characterized our decision as being primarily business driven – they say we want to protect our App Store – but in reality it is based on technology issues. Adobe claims that we are a closed system, and that Flash is open, but in fact the opposite is true. Let me explain.
  • Thoughts on Flash – I wanted to jot down some of our thoughts on Adobe’s Flash products so that customers and critics may better understand why we do not allow Flash on iPhones, iPods and iPads. Adobe has characterized our decision as being primarily business driven – they say we want to protect our App Store – but in reality it is based on technology issues. Adobe claims that we are a closed system, and that Flash is open, but in fact the opposite is true. Let me explain.
  • Highlights: The Journal’s Exclusive Interview With Adobe CEO – Digits – WSJ – Earlier on Thursday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs published an essay in which he took Adobe to task over its Flash software, which Apple does not support on its mobile products, such as the iPhone and iPad. The squabbling between Apple and Adobe has been getting increasingly personal, with Adobe executives and employees angered in particular by Apple’s decision to block Adobe software that would allow developers to produce programs in Flash that would then be converted to work on the iPhone.<br />
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    The Journal’s Alan Murray had an exclusive interview with Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen Thursday afternoon, and Digits live-blogged the event. Highlights are below. Excerpts of the video are set to be available on the News Hub live show at 4 p.m., with the full video available on the Journal’s Web site.
  • Batch command line file conversion with PyODConverter – OpenOffice.org Ninja – You want to batch convert .doc to .pdf using the command line on a server without a GUI? Or you need automated .ppt to .swf conversion through cron, a sysvinit service, or a remote web server? Online conversion services such as Zamzar.com and Media-convert.com not working for you? Whichever formats you need to batch convert, PyODConverter is a simple Python script for just this purpose
  • DAG: unoconv: Convert between any document format supported by OpenOffice – unoconv converts between any document format that OpenOffice understands. It uses OpenOffice's UNO bindings for non-interactive conversion of documents.<br />
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    Supported document formats include Open Document Format (.odt), MS Word (.doc), MS Office Open/MS OOXML (.xml), Portable Document Format (.pdf), HTML, XHTML, RTF, Docbook (.xml), and more.<br />
    Features<br />
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    * Converts between different document formats that OpenOffice understands<br />
    * OpenOffice can export to about 100 different document formats<br />
    * Can be used for batch processing<br />
    * Combine with asciidoc and docbook2odf to create nice themed PDF or Word (.doc) files<br />
    * Autostarts OpenOffice for processing if necessary<br />
    * Can be used in a client/server environment to process documents centrally
  • Batch command line file conversion with PyODConverter – OpenOffice.org Ninja – You want to batch convert .doc to .pdf using the command line on a server without a GUI? Or you need automated .ppt to .swf conversion through cron, a sysvinit service, or a remote web server? Online conversion services such as Zamzar.com and Media-convert.com not working for you? Whichever formats you need to batch convert, PyODConverter is a simple Python script for just this purpose
  • DAG: unoconv: Convert between any document format supported by OpenOffice – unoconv converts between any document format that OpenOffice understands. It uses OpenOffice's UNO bindings for non-interactive conversion of documents.<br />
    <br />
    Supported document formats include Open Document Format (.odt), MS Word (.doc), MS Office Open/MS OOXML (.xml), Portable Document Format (.pdf), HTML, XHTML, RTF, Docbook (.xml), and more.<br />
    Features<br />
    <br />
    * Converts between different document formats that OpenOffice understands<br />
    * OpenOffice can export to about 100 different document formats<br />
    * Can be used for batch processing<br />
    * Combine with asciidoc and docbook2odf to create nice themed PDF or Word (.doc) files<br />
    * Autostarts OpenOffice for processing if necessary<br />
    * Can be used in a client/server environment to process documents centrally
  • JODConverter | Art of Solving – JODConverter, the Java OpenDocument Converter, converts documents between different office formats.<br />
    It leverages OpenOffice.org, which provides arguably the best import/export filters for OpenDocument and Microsoft Office formats available today.<br />
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    JODConverter automates all conversions supported by OpenOffice.org, including<br />
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    * Microsoft Office to OpenDocument, and viceversa<br />
    o Word to OpenDocument Text (odt); OpenDocument Text (odt) to Word<br />
    o Excel to OpenDocument Spreadsheet (ods); OpenDocument Spreadsheet (ods) to Excel<br />
    o PowerPoint to OpenDocument Presentation (odp); OpenDocument Presentation (odp) to PowerPoint<br />
    * Any format to PDF<br />
    o OpenDocument (Text, Spreadsheet, Presentation) to PDF<br />
    o Word to PDF; Excel to PDF; PowerPoint to PDF<br />
    o RTF to PDF; WordPerfect to PDF; …<br />
    * And more
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linkHive For Jan 6th http://eclecti.ca/linkhive-for-jan-6th-7/ http://eclecti.ca/linkhive-for-jan-6th-7/#comments Wed, 06 Jan 2010 23:11:49 +0000 http://eclecti.ca/2010/01/linkhive-for-jan-6th-7/ Here are the newest links to join the linkHiveJan 6th

  • Impressive – Impressive is a program that displays presentation slides. But unlike OpenOffice.org Impress or other similar applications, it does so with style. Smooth alpha-blended slide transitions are provided for the sake of eye candy, but in addition to this, Impressive offers some unique tools that are really useful for presentations. Read below if you want to know more about these features.

    Creating presentations for Impressive is very simple: You just need to export a PDF file from your presentation software. This means that you can create slides in the application of your choice and use Impressive for displaying them. If your application does not support PDF output, you can alternatively use a set of pre-rendered image files – or you use Impressive to make a slideshow with your favorite photos.

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