Friday, October 14, 2016

How to Convert Your File from PDF to JPG?

About The Author: Alia is a writer. She loves writing on technology, travelling and play euromillions. These days she is busy to write an article on Virtual Reality.

Do you have some document in PDF that needs to be converted to JPG image? And you thought "Well, I have to check it on the internet and read loads of articles about it and maybe I’ll find one converter". But in fact, this may last like forever! We finish the job for you and we can easily help you with converting. You can finish the job on the internet, but many of the software programs are expensive and you have to have a secure internet connection. In that case we check it on the internet and found it is really good choice for converting your files. We propose to use  Converter made by Soft solutions limited, that can work perfectly offline, and it is secure and really easy to work with. It has written all the steps that you should make, so you don’t have to be some geek or a pro graphic designer just to convert one file in this software.

And what do they offer?

First of all, let me tell you that if you download this software you are going to convert not only to JPG, but also to PNG, BMP, GIF and TIF image formats. So it is one software that allows you to convert in a few different formats. The main thing here is that you want during the converting process of the document, or in this case the image, to stay the same as on the PDF file. Well, don’t worry about that, because this converter will convert it and you won’t even know that it was once in a pdf format. If you are worried about the pdf files that are protected with a password, PDF to JPG Converter is in charge of that, too. It can read passwords and convert - it’s simply as that. This converter can work on so many files, so you don’t have to wait converting one by one file. You just put all the files there or even the whole folder with PDF files and just click for converting. When the JPG files are ready you can choose in which output folder you are going to save them. It does not save them automatically as the other software do, so later on must seek them in the entire documents. On this way you are the one that chooses where they are going to be saved.

Feel free to choose if you want a black and white image or if you want a colorful image. It doesn’t matter how the original looked like, so if you want some differences, just do them. Also, you should select higher dots per inch in order to have higher resolution, which will give you a better and high quality image in JPG format. If you choose to make black and white photo it will save in lower size, but if you choose higher dots per inch it will have a significantly bigger size. 

Why don’t you check on the links and to download their software? You are going to thank us later. Also, just click on this video and see how easy you can do all of this.

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Thursday, October 13, 2016

This Crocodile 'Cage Of Death' Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Travelers with an absurd craving for danger should head to Darwin, Australia, ASAP.
That’s where they’ll find the Cage of Death, an attraction that puts human bait ― er, visitors ― face-to-face with some of the continent’s largest crocodiles for a dive they’ll never forget. 
The Cage of Death is an acrylic enclosure designed to keep humans safe as they watch big-mouthed crocs more than 16 feet long go about their daily activities. It’s part of Crocosaurus Cove, an aquarium and wildlife center in Australia’s Northern Territory. 
In each daring 15-minute Cage of Death session, visitors first dangle above the water while crocs feed before their eyes. The cage is then lowered into the tank below, where the massive predators might swim right up to say a toothy hello. 

These are saltwater crocodiles, native to Australia and known for their predatory tendency to lurk just beneath the surface at the water’s edge. Getting close to them is no peaceful feat, especially for timid travelers. 

In the Cage of Death, “there’s little option but to cower in fear and hope that the acrylic barrier does its job,” a visitor wrote on TripAdvisor.
Of course, Crocosaurus Cove says the experience is perfectly safe as long as visitors meet the age requirements and undergo a brief safety training before braving the cage. 

Thursday, October 6, 2016

That viral photo of ‘Jayalalithaa’ on a hospital bed is fake

During a recent excursion on Twitter or Whatsapp, you may have come across the photo below. It appears to show Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in an intensive care unit, wearing an oxygen mask. News flash: It’s completely fake.

The News Minute reported on Sunday that the photo actually belonged to the Rochester Institute of Technology. It was taken all the way back in August 2009 in Peru, the university’s website says.
Amma – or “mother,” which is what Jayalalithaa’s supporters call her – has been receiving treatment at Apollo Hospital on Chennai’s Greams Road since September 22. She was admitted there after she complained of “fever and dehydration.”
On Monday, Jayalalithaa’s friend Malini Parthsarathy tweeted that a “close associate” of the Chief Minister’s had brought back news from Apollo that she was “certainly recovering and out of danger.” Later in the day, Apollo Hospitals released a statement saying that Jayalalithaa was on respiratory support, and “responding adequately to the comprehensive treatment being given to her.”
The chief minister has been advised further stay in the hospital for treatment,” the statement said.
These updates came just two days after Tamil Nadu acting governor Vidyasagar Rao paid her a visit, and said that she was “recovering well.”

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