Requires a free account, but worth doing so your citations are saved for you. First, click on the colored tab that matches what type of material you want to
I still love Son of Citation Machine, too, but it doesn't save your citations. I can see using BibMe while writing papers and books, but even just to keep a list of books and articles you want to remember to read later.
PDF to JPG Online Converter
No accounts or software downloads required. Ignore (or click if you like) the ad in the middle of the page. Scroll down to the "Choose File" button. Find the PDF saved on your computer. If you want to be notified when the conversion is completed, enter your email address. I never do this, honestly. Click on "Convert PDF to JPG" and sit back. About two seconds later, a new screen comes up. Again, an ad is prominent at the top of the page (hey, it's a free service, isn't it?) usually, you will have two choices below the ad: JPG Pictures and ZIP Archive. Just click on "Download" under JPG Pictures and save your new JPG. Very, very simple.
There's always Zamzar for other file conversions, too. Upload your file, get it back in another format. No accounts or software installations necessary. It'll convert just about anything to just about anything else.
Fagan Finder is a search engine for finding specific things, like definitions, images, quotations, Wikipedia articles, videos, weather, maps, etc. Yes, Google will find all of that for you too, but Fagan Finder lets you just select a radio button for your choice and put in your key word. Fagan Finder is more like a collection of the best sources for your answer. It is useful for those times when Google is too much, or too irrelevant. Fagan Finder will give you the best tools to search. It is a great starting point for research on a topic. Read their about page for a great description of this tool.