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How do Mendeley and Zotero compare?
This is a question that my place of employment recently addressed. As an academic library we decided we wanted to officially support a research management application and Mendeley and Zotero were the only two options considered because they are free and we had no money to spend. After looking closely at both we decided they were prettyparable. Both have strengths and weaknesses. Mendeley was seen as more user-friendly in general and better with PDFs but Zotero superior for collecting and managing sources with basic training. The real deciding factor came in when Mendeley was bought by Elsevier. It really hit home that we could probably better trust that the developers behind Zotero would share our values. As a privatepany Mendeley's main objective is to make money. This is not a bad thing in of itself but the non-profit academically based Zotero just made more sense especially given Elsevier's tarnished reputation < The Cost of Knowledge . Mendeley could take all of the data added to it and its product and put it behind a pay wall tomorrow. They probably won't and I'm sure the people who founded and continue to develop Mendeley would disagree with such a move but there is no way to be sure. Elsevier higher-ups could probably make it happen overnight by fiat. Of course Zotero could do the same thing but they are much less likely to do so given their values as a non-profit. All of that aside I have used both products extensively. I've done workshops teaching students how to use them. I've seen how they are used in the academic wild. And at this point I am even more convinced that going with Zotero is the right decision. It's a powerful tool with great features. One of the best aspects of it is that it runs as an add-on to Firefox. This is off-putting to some users at first but once you see how it works within a research management workflow it is far italic superior to using standalone apps. There are extensions for Chrome and Safari that can be useful too but they are not as robust as the Firefox add-on. In the end even if I prefer Zotero as a librarian I plan to keep my eye on Mendeley as well. These things change all the time and I still use aspects of Mendeley such as the paper search on their site. It's good to have two robust research management tools out therepeting for users as well since it's probably healthy for the development of both products.
What can I learn & what can I do within 10 minutes?
For the optimum security and productivity. free of cost First install Chromen s#eula Open Chrome Web Store s or just click on the s below Install all that you need.n Installn 1 AdBlock s this will block all advertisements means 2 SimpleExtManager s A simple menu to enable disable and access options of extensions. 2 SpeakIt! s Tired of reading? Select you want to read and listen to it. SpeakIt converts into speech so you no longer need to read. n 2 change engine to native italic 2 Ghostery s Blocks the trackers 2 Grammarly Spell Checker & Grammar Checker s double click any word and you will get its meaning + will help you to improve your English typing online grammatically correct.n 2 HTTPS Everywhere s With more securityn 2 Enable right click s You can enable right click on some sites where it is not allowed to n 2 BuyHatke s You canpare online products and find the cheapest one. It's for Indian 2 Docs PDF Viewer (by Google) s Open this files in chrome.n 2 FlashControl s You can save bandn 2 Google Dictionary (by Google) s double click any word and you will get its meaningn 2 PriceB s You canpare online products and find the cheapest one. It's for USn 2 Tampermonkey s Multipurpose tool to tweak 2 Print Friendly & PDF s Save any web page easily saves paper and band 2 Awesome Screenshot Capture & Annotate s . Capture the whole page or any portion annotate screenshot blur sensitive info one-click upload to share. 2 Hover Zoom s Enlarge thumbnails on mouse over. Works on many sites (Quora Facebook Twitter Flickr Reddit Amazon Tumblr etc). 2 Bookmark Manager s 2 Personal Blocklist (by Google) s Blocks domains from appearing in your Google search results. 2 ScriptSafe s n 2 Google Similar Pages s n 2 Evernote Web Clipper s Use the Evernote extension to save things you see on the web into your Evernote 2 2 horizontal-rule Install rest as you require. 2 Readability s is a web and mobile app that zaps clutter and saves web articles in afortable reading view.n 2 The Camelizer - Amazon Price Tracker s Add price history charts to Google Chrome and watch product prices change. Supports Amazon Best Buy and Newegg. 2 StayFocusd s increases your productivity by limiting the amount of time that you can spend on time-wasting websites. 2 Pushbullet s saves you time by moving your notifications s and files wherever you go.n 2 Wikiwand Wikipedia Modernized s Good old Wikipedia gets a great new lookn 2 ZenMate Security & Privacy VPN s Unblocks websites. Encrypts your browser traffic. Wifi & Hacker protection. ZenMate is free easy to install and use! 2 LastPass Free Password Manager s LastPass an award-winning password manager saves your passwords and gives you secure access from everyputer and mobile device. 2 Install Puran Utilities and Maintain your PC's health.n nInstall Zonealarm Free Firewall Secure your PC over Inbound and Outbound activities Still there are plenty. I'll update for A2A ;)
What general user things can I do on Linux Mint that I can’t on Windows?
For the most part using Linux Mint is similar to using Windows. You have a desktop you have a menu that lets you launch programs and you have programs like a web browser email client etc. The biggest practical differences Linux Mintes pre-installed with a bunch of useful stuff such as a web browser email program etc. Windows doese with a web browser but the Linux Mint software has more programs. Linux Mint has a software updater that updates the entire system the core parts of Linux itself your web browser your email program everything that either came pre-installed on Linux Mint or you installed later using the Linux Mint installer. This is significantly more convenient than how Windows does things and it a major reason why I prefer running free software. For example there a free PDF viewer so my Linux systems don have an Adobe updating program. Windowsputers often have multiplepanies auto updater programs running all the time. Linux Mint doesn include or need a virus checker or general malware checker. There are two reasons for this Linux is in general more secure than Windows and Linux is much less popular than Windows so it has fewer users. So people who write malware have to work harder and it has less payoff so there isn very much malware for Linux. If a security vulnerability is found usually just running the software updater fixes it (like I said the updater updates everything italic so it fixes Linux fixes the web browser etc.)nnThe only real risk with Linux Mint is a Trojan horse where someone tricks you into installing and running malware but once you are in the habit of only using software from the Linux Mint installer you are safe from that; and Linux in general is better than Windows about not automatically running s programs. Linux Mint ships out of the box with support for multiple virtual desktops. I use these a lot. Windows 1 finally added something sort of similar but it limited s . Linux Mint still supports very oldputers. I have a friend with an old Thinkpad that will not run any version of Windows that has security updates; I put Linux Mint on it for her and she still using it. Linux Mint lets you simply use your system without any of your personal information being sent to Microsoft s and without displaying ads . For the above reasons I strongly prefer Linux Mint to Windows and I have been running it exclusively for years. If you have some Windows-specific programs you really need you may be able to run Windows inside of VirtualBox s . My wife has a VirtualBox that she uses to watch video from streaming services that don support Linux.
Are there any open source alternatives of Foxit Reader, which provide some .NET SDKs and can be used in web system for viewing PDF files?
If youre looking for alternatives to Foxit and potentially for PDF apps that are cross platform not limited to Windows only I rmend that you find a good PDF SDK. Since 28 when the PDF standard was opened new SDKs havee on the market which extend the capabilities of PDF. Im on the Kdan team and I rmend that you try the Kdan PDF SDK. Ites with a suite of features from Kdan award winning PDF Reader supported by over 5 million downloads and 1 years of development on the iOS App Store and Google Play Store. If you want something that can work in a web interface I rmend that you try either Java or C# with the support for your platform. Already built in you will have access to a great PDF viewer engine selection pdf annotations signature library conversion and a page editor. If you want to test it out first I highly rmend that you get a free trial s and start making your awesome app today.
For Windows 10 users, have you succumbed to allowing Microsoft Edge to edge its way into becoming your default .PDF viewer, and if so, why?
Succumbed? You make it sound like having a working PDF reader in a desktop operating system is a bad thing. One of the dictionary definitions of the word succumbed is a reference to literal actual death. So ~ dramatic italic ~. Sheesh. PDF is an open ISO standard s for displaying formatted & images. It not all that different than the core purpose of HTML when you take a step back and think about it. Microsoft is not only well within their rights to include an ISO 3232patible PDF reader within Microsoft Windows. it also quite sensible for it to be included in the same application that understands many other standard file formatsmonly found on the public Internet. Google had the same idea with the Chrome browser way back in 21 s and that browser has had first-class plugin-free PDF support ever since. It the exact same story with Firefox which added a built-in PDF viewer in 213 s . In both cases this meant that you no longer needed to install Adobe Acrobat Reader FoxIt or some other separate application for displaying one specific file format. It also meant that any security fixes to the PDF reader were delivered with regular web browser updates. which is nice on Windows and Mac because otherwise you have to use separate updater applications. (Most Linux desktop users keep their PDF readers updated through the same updater mechanism as the rest of the operating system. one of Linux biggest benefits IMO.) Adobe Acrobat Reader in particular receives a security update s every two months or thereabouts. If you don stay right on top of this you could certainly find yourself on the wrong end of a malicious attack in a PDF file. horizontal-rule So why have a problem with Edge supporting the same file format as Chrome and Firefox? I suspect this may be more a matter of having some weirdo personal emotions about Microsoft based upon something they did a long time ago that you can let go of. This attitude certainly wouldn arise from thinking about it rationally dispassionately and from a technological standpoint. It just a standard for displaying a document. Hardly something to get worked up over.
What is a good website for free books?
If you want free go to a library. That way authors will at least earn a little for all their work. I'm a novelist and I write full time but writing ie is reducing all the time. If you go to a free site you are actually stating that you don't value the work of the authors and it helps push the price of all books down. That may seem a brilliant idea to a consumer but think about it. If you drive the cost of books to such a low level the authors will get nothing for their work. And we still have mortgages to pay for food to buy kids to clothe. With no money writers won't be able to afford to write. So if you are seriously interested in good books go to a library. There is another side to this of course. Most of the free sites are offering downloads of modern books that are still copyright. Ignore the ethical aspects of that kind of theft ask yourself why is the download site providing you with free books? Yes some are sites providing new books produced by indie authors. They're fine. The authors have agreed to give away their work as an exercise in growing a readership. However not all sites are like that. If you go to check on the home location of these other sites you will often find that they are based in the Ukraine Russia or territories where you really do not want to see your bank details being discovered. But that is what is happening. All too often these free sites will either ask for a credit card (as a form of ID to validate your name etc) or will demand some other form of ID. All too often in about six months to a year you will find you've been affected by identity fraud or your bank account has been cleared. Nopany is going to provide free downloads of the latest books for free. They are not philanthropic. They are hooking you in so that they can get your details. So buy books at a reasonable price to help support authors and allow them to continue writing; go to the library and support them that way; go to free indie author sites for freebies - but avoid the download sites offering the latest books by the biggest authors. Because it's not only the authors those firms are robbing.
What options are available for e-signatures when building a peer-to-peer platform?
There are many options on the market but many are focused heavily on Enterprise users with high user fees difficult IT management needs and setup that is less-than-easy. I rmend using Kdan DottedSign for personal e-signatures. It has decentralized management in the Kdan Cloud integrating security at every step of the process. You can try for free and get a subscription for as low as $5 Paired with the Kdan PDF viewer you can add forms annotations and manage the tasks with an easy to read visual progress bar as your request for signature ispleted by signing parties. It is legally enforceable and works across all of your devices and web browsers of choice. There is even an SDK with robust programming tools to create your own app or script to tie-in to the award winning PDF-based system. Join over 5 million users today and try DottedSign for free.