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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Free online OCR [Extract text from image]

Its often very tedious to read the huge error message in a pop up window which is not selectable and re-writ eit a forum or email for help. free-ocr.com allows you to upload any image containing the text and extract the text in an editable format for further usage.

There are several OCR software available (http://code.google.com/p/tesseract-ocr/) but this is a web based tool which needs no download and installation.

This can also be used for Converting a scanned document to editable text.

Free online OCR [Extract text from image]

Its often very tedious to read the huge error message in a pop up window which is not selectable and re-writ eit a forum or email for help. free-ocr.com allows you to upload any image containing the text and extract the text in an editable format for further usage.

There are several OCR software available (http://code.google.com/p/tesseract-ocr/) but this is a web based tool which needs no download and installation.

This can also be used for Converting a scanned document to editable text.

Friday, September 11, 2009

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Extend Your Razor's Life with a Pair of Jeans





disposable razor blades, odds are they get dull more quickly than you'd like. Instructables points us to a video demonstration showing how to extend their utility with a pair of blue jeans.

The DIYer in the video says he's kept the same disposable razor sharp for six months. How? By taking a pair of jeans and running the razor up and down 10 to 20 times in one direction along the entire length of the jeans and then again in the opposite direction. Apparently "the threads of the jeans run in a diagonal so switching directions allows for [a] balanced approach to fine tuning the blade's edge."

 

Courtesy Lifehacker.com

Extend Your Razor's Life with a Pair of Jeans





disposable razor blades, odds are they get dull more quickly than you'd like. Instructables points us to a video demonstration showing how to extend their utility with a pair of blue jeans.

The DIYer in the video says he's kept the same disposable razor sharp for six months. How? By taking a pair of jeans and running the razor up and down 10 to 20 times in one direction along the entire length of the jeans and then again in the opposite direction. Apparently "the threads of the jeans run in a diagonal so switching directions allows for [a] balanced approach to fine tuning the blade's edge."

 

Courtesy Lifehacker.com