Sevenza Co-ordinates Converter is a straightforward application that enables you to convert GK or VIAG coordinates into the Postdam, WGS84 or Gauss-Krueger format.
Sevenza Co-ordinates Converter features a preview function that allows you to find the exact location on Google maps. Simply enter the coordinates and press the ‘Calculate’ button to determine the latitude and the longitude in other coordinate systems.

Magnetic Shielding, for schools and hospitals, is an application that protects your mobile phone or tablet from magnetic field interference from either the earth or other powerful magnets.
Magnetic Shielding features:
– Display the level of magnetic field at the current location
– Save and view the last saved profile and the current profile
– Allows you to configure to “On” or “Off” the magnetic shielding
– Press the home key and you will be presented with your applications.
– An application that shields your mobile phone or tablet from magnetic fields
– Set the field level between -1000 and +1000 gauss.
– Can be set to “On” or “Off”
– Allows you to configure to “On” or “Off” the magnetic shielding

Multitasking for Android can be considered as Android’s killer feature. Every Android user would like to be able to easily handle several tasks at the same time, such as starting a video-streaming app while working on a spreadsheet. A skilled Android user will be able to simultaneously play a game and an audio-book, for example.
Multitasking for Android Features:
– The application displays a little icon in the system tray when a specific app is running.
– Supports Android 4.0.3 and above
– Supports all Android devices except for the Samsung Galaxy S4 (with Android 4.3)
– Shows a list of all applications with an icon and the number of RAM (Memory) or CPU (Central Processing Unit) cycles they are consuming
– Also shows an icon on the task bar (if you have it enabled) of the applications
– Shows icons of the running apps on the lock screen as well

A simple and easy-to-use application that allows you to record sound from your Android device’s microphone.
Sound Recorder for Android Features:
– Simple and easy-to-use interface
– Supports both built-in and USB microphones
– Ability to record only sound from the device’s microphone, or from the built- eea19f52d2

Computer Talker is an application that allows you to hear various text-to-speech configurations.
– Listen to your text as it is being typed
– Have your text read out loud
– Be able to save your recording as audio file
– English, Spanish and German language support
– Compatibility with Windows 2000 and up
Software File Details
File name: Computer Talker.exe
File size: 5.32 MB
Software Publisher: Computer Talker by Soft2soft Software Limited
Release Date: 2010-10-13
Last reviewed: March 7, 2015
Review source: Capterra
Number of computers for which it’s rated: 1,583Monday, March 17, 2015

The Architect’s Project

It’s been a slow winter, and a lot of that is due to work I’ve been doing for a coworker’s private project. The project’s a small house in the suburbs of Philadelphia and it’s about 80% built. The architect, a young whippersnapper, has been a real help.

In the summer of 2014, the site got a lot of rain, causing a lot of standing water in the yard. Not fun, but not unexpected. Then, in the fall, the workman who installed the roof, a builder/carpenter with a good head for tall building detail, determined that the site’s elevation was about 6 inches lower than what the plans called for.

This wasn’t a huge deal because the plan called for a ramp leading from the garage to the front door. The mistake could be corrected. But the architect had come up with a couple of other options, too. He wanted to add the ramp as one of those options, and, as a result, the overall square footage of the house had to be increased. It was a hit or miss situation.

There was a degree of urgency to this project since the contractor’s wife was getting ready to give birth in a couple of months. So, we had to be careful about what we did and how we did it. We started the process of preparing a new set of architectural drawings and specifications. The architect and I came up with some ideas for finishing the house off that I think are worthy of being called “final touches”.

I have a couple of ideas on how to finish off the dining room and living room, and I want to give them a try. I’ve talked about using a big piece of terracotta on the floor and