- Dec 22, 2012
You know that thing we were told in Daniel 12:4? That people would run to and fro and there would be an increase of knowledge? Well it seems as though there is an app that is now out that reads for you called TLDR derived from internet slang TL;DR for "Too long; didn't read"). Possibly this could be seen as an Orwellian nightmare. This generation has finally got to the point where not only do they lack the ability to write and communicate completely, but they can't even read as well. Where's the app that programs my phone to get employed and go to work for me?
TLDR Reader app is available now for iOS and Android. Read summaries of news from CNN, Reuters, Politico, Salon, Forbes, BBC, Mashable, TechCrunch, People, Vogue, Sports Illustrated, and more than a hundred other news sources. Much more than just an RSS Reader, use the integrated search to locate more related news stories and their summaries. A full featured mobile browser allows you to visit any site. Press the TLDR button to summarize any web page. TLDR is powered by Liquid Helium, the most powerful language analysis technology available...[video=youtube;oNhOmYsX2VY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNhOmYsX2VY[/video]
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