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Just a simple online text extractor. The text extractor allows to extract text from any image. One may upload an image or document (.pdf), from the device, a cloud storage, or an URL, and the tool will pull text from the image. Once extracted, the text can be copied to the clipboard: https://brandfolder.com/workbench/extract-text-from-image.

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An imagemap is a graphic image where a user can click on different parts of the image and be directed to different destinations. imagemaps are made by defining each of the hot areas in terms of their x and y coordinates (relative to the top left hand corner). With each set of coordinates, you specify a link that users will be directed to when they click within the area.

On image-map.net, all operations are client side in the browser using the power of HTML5, SVG and JavaScript: https://www.image-map.net.

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Disclaimer: Do not circumvent DRM. Always assure compliance.

  1. Downlaod “Kindle App” on PC.
  2. Locate *.azw-file of relevant manuscript under C:\Users\<…>\Documents\My Kindle Content\<…>_EBOK.
  3. Import into Calibre (make sure to have the right plug-ins installed – esp. DeDRM & KFX-Conversion).
  4. Convert manuscript in Calibre to PDF or whatever format.
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Simple online tool (German) to crop PDF pages: https://www.sejda.com/de/crop-pdf.

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Download PDF from Scribd, Issuu, Slideshare, or Academia for free. Input the respective document URL, wait a few seconds, and get access to the PDFs without signup: https://docdownloader.com.

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Useful websites (collection by Labnol) on the Internet to increase productivity and help learn new skills. These useful websites solve at least one problem really well. And they all have cool URLs that are easy to memorize thus saving you a trip to Google: https://www.labnol.org/internet/101-useful-websites/18078/.

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An open source and collaborative framework for extracting the data you need from websites. In a fast, simple, yet extensible way.

This free, open source tool uses web crawlers to extract information from websites. Using this tool does require some advanced skills, and coding knowledge. However, if you are willing to work your way past the learning curve, Scrapy is ideal for large web extraction projects. Because it is an open source tool, there is a lot of good community support available to users: https://scrapy.org/.

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