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Get your tinfoil hats out lads!
Ha, this was both interesting and frustrating to watch.
That is so rad.
Now with Trump mode
That's actually linked in the readme.
I just got Randall Monroe's new book Thing Explainer. Only using the top 1,000 words makes the text really easy to read. I thought I would make it easy for people to write like this, so I made this application. It's cool to be clear.
I've been using this over the previous two days to try and refine a 1-liner for a project I'm working on. It's really interesting when you're trying to explain a project and you use jargon without even realizing it.
"Using small common words will make you more clear". Err, Will it?
ActuallyIn fact, I really like this concept. It immediatelymakes me think that a text editor made for writers with plugins similar tolike this would be very useful effective handygood.
I really like this idea. It makes me think that something built just for writers would be great!
I'm in favour of this. If Wikipedia has a Simple English mode with 117,000 pages, there's place for writer's tools like this.
I can see this being really useful for copywriters or any text aimed at non-native English speakers.
Hemingway Editor has a similar feature that isn't as annoying : http://www.hemingwayapp.com/
Mixed feelings. On one hand, I agree it's helpful to be clear, concise, and approachable. But, I'm also so sick of hearing people dismissively say, "people don't read", "people won't know what that means", etc...
What if instead of putting our efforts into simplifying (or dumbing down) language, we figured out ways to excite people about words and language?