We are rebuilding our blogs spot network (Its called Bloglapedia) that supports my books as well as the consortium of writers I work with and hope to have it finished by the end of the month.
If you are a writer who needs to convert PDF to photos etc, I suggest you try Zamzar. It's free to use but a subscription is less than $12.00 a month.
Zamzar works great and I'm pleased with the results.
Zamzar is a web application to convert files. It was created by brothers Mike and Chris Whyley in England.It allows user to convert files without downloading a software tool, and supports over 1,000 different conversion types. Users can type in a URL or upload one or more files (if they are all of the same format) from their computer, Zamzar then converts the file(s) to another user-specified format. For example, from a Adobe PDF file to a Microsoft Word document. Users receive an email with a URL from where they can download the converted file. It is also possible to send files for conversion by emailing them to Zamzar.
Zamzar is currently free to use. However, users can pay a monthly subscription in order to access preferential features, such as online file management, shorter response and queuing times and other benefits.
The terms and conditions show no mention of security or copyright protection.
Currently, Zamzar is able to download and convert videos from a large number of video sharing websites – however, on 12th June 2012, it had to stop providing support to its users for the downloading of videos from YouTube after receiving a C&D order from Google's legal department, for breach of the terms and conditions of YouTube's API.
Its name comes from Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis. Its main character is called Gregor Samsa and it is from his surname that Zamzar is derived.