Free Online PDF Converter

Online PDF Converter convert MS Office, Images, Web Pages, Vector Graphic Formats, CHM and HLP files to PDF. They also have tools for PDF -> Word/Excel.

Comments (2)

Sharpcast – keep your photos online

Ok, I confess, not totally uninstalled but Sharpcast is still a pretty cool tool on the web. Most of us have hundreds of pictures stored on the local harddrive. What if it breaks. You have backups? Do you backup it up every day? Well, most of us don’t.

Sharpcast is a service that lets you have your pictures online. It makes sure to synchronize all your local pictures with the online store and whenever you make any changes, the changed photo will be uploaded automatically in the background.

You can create albums for you and your friends to look at and you can even send the pictures from your windows mobile to their site.

Anyway, if you’re into photos and have problems organizing them and want to have them backed up – check it out!

Comments (4)

Install your desktop on the Internet

Have you ever re-installed your PC just because you had “too much stuff installed”. You simply wanted a clean desktop as it looked from day 1. Well, the whole thought of my site is to uninstall everything and keep everything online so why do I need to bother with my local desktop computer? All I actually want is an web browser and an Internet connection.

I was inspired by the following post by Max Limpag where he gives you an overview of the web desktops out there.

So maybe now I need is just some minimal thin client with a webbrowser and if I need a complete “desktop” with all my applications – no need to mix Google Apps, Windows Live Apps and so on. Check my web desktops for more articles on the subject.

Comments (7)

Office Live – create and publish websites in your webbrowser

Have you ever got the question from a non-technical friend if you thought he/she would manage to create a website for themselves? And you knew “no way” since the person didn’t know much about HTML nor how to upload the site using FTP once it was done in some HTML editor?

Office Live could be an alternative for them. No need for HTML or hosting plans or uploading via FTP – easy! Best of it all – it’s free, even with the domain name. Of course, the free package is limited but…

Want to see more? Check the demos out – links are available here.

Leave a Comment

Don’t reveal your real e-mail! Get a temporary e-mail

While living more online and uninstalled, you have to register at more and more websites. I suggest you get two e-mail addresses, one that you use for registering at sites, mailinglists, forums and so on. This will probably end up on in a spamdatabase in the end antway. Then get annother one for personal e-mails.

One suggestion could be to use the bugmenot.com, mytrashmail.com  or spambox online services. They offer you to get a temporary e-mail address – completely free and no registration required. Just enter the e-mail address of your choice and it will show you the e-mails send to that address. Perfect for temporary e-mails and you don’t really care about the privacy – you just want that e-mail without giving out your real one or register for a new e-mail account.

Comments (5)

Online tools for the Network Sys Admin

During the week I work as a Network/Systems Administrator. There are plenty of online tools that I use daily to make my life easier.  One of them is dnsstuff.com which lets you check everything you need about an IP-address or domainname. Iptools.com and domaintools.com are two other alternatives. For those of you who are into network administration and need to calculate those subnets and networks – check out a Subnet Calcluator.

Comments (7)

Create your own Ajax stuff

Are you an developer and looking for a way to enhance your websites with “some web 2.0″? Check out MiniAjax.com which has a showroom of nice nice looking ajax code and dhtml for you to use!

Comments (4)

ajaxSketch – online drawing tool

Ajax13, the people behind ajaxWrite and ajaxXLS also has ajaxSketch which has some basic drawing features.

Comments (7)

Eskobo – customized startup page for feeds

Eskobo offers you the ability to add feeds to a startup page. It also features the weather. It includes drag’n’drop abilities for the modules. There’s a bunch of these services and this one doesn’t really offer anything new.

Comments (7)

SynchroEdit – online editor

SynchroEdit is a browser-based simultaneous multiuser editor. It allows multiple users to edit a single web-based document at the same time, and it continuously synchronizes all changes so that users always have the same version.

Comments (9)

LiTha-Paint – web-based drawing

LiTha-Paint is web-based drawing application. Almost like Paint in Windows but better. Give it a try – it might be something for you.

Comments (2)

Meebo – Instant Messaging Online!

Do you wish you could uninstall ICQ, MSN, Google Talk and Yahoo Messenger? Uninstall them all and use Meebo to run it online!

Comments (5)

Icebrrg – make online forms

Build your own HTML web forms in minutes with online tool Icebrrg.

Comments (7)

GTD and Google GMail

Are you into GTD (“Getting Things Done”) and use GMail? GTDGmail is a Firefox extension that integrates the highly effective methodology of “Getting Things Done” into the popular email service Gmail. Not uninstalled but darn cool!

Comments (5)

Jumpcut – create and edit your videos online!

Jumpcut is an online tool that lets you create and edit videos online. Upload or import from services such as Flickr and Facebook. I tried it – and it’s cool!

Comments (8)