According to Jolie O'Dell's post at Mashable.com, it is now possible to build and order custom (PDF or hard copy) books from Wikipedia. As O'Dell notes, "Because of the way Wikipedia's images and copy are licensed, they're free for anyone to access, use and share in this way."
ABBYY has announced the availability of ABBYY FineReader Engine 9.0 for Linux, a robust software development kit (SDK) to integrate ABBYY optical character recognition (OCR), barcode recognition, and PDF conversion technologies into Linux-based applications.
This week in PDF has seen PDF features added to a developer toolkit, along with the launch of an enterprise-class PDF accessibility solution, and the release of a new developer tool for converting CAD data into 3D PDF documents.
LuraTech has announced that callas software GmbH is the first third-party developer to create a module for LuraTech's DocYard platform. The callas pdfaPilot 2 module enables users to seamlessly integrate the ability to convert digital file formats into PDF/A into the workflows created with DocYard, a flexible software platform that enables organizations to build their own production-level document conversion and capture environments.
PDFOCR.net has announced the release of PDF OCR 3.2, an updated release of its OCR conversion software, which provides instant recognition of characters and converts to text without the need for typing.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.