PC-Software Too Long, Didn’t Read Extension For Chrome Summarizes Long Articles

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  1. Deepakgaria

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    There is so much content on the internet now that it gets fairly tough to read all the stuff you find online. If you have a ton of content to consume, let’s say, articles, blog posts and news stories, then a rather effective way would be to skim through article you find interesting and then jump to the next. The Google Chrome extension TLDR – a clever connotation of the popular expression ‘Too Long, Didn’t Read’ which you’d usually find on various internet forums – lets you do just that by automatically creating a summary of any web article you want to read. TLDR can be used to quickly sift through blog posts, news articles and the like without leaving much on the original story.



    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tldr/giepilabiomhlcmlefmbfkgeoccfhhhc/details



     
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    a useful one indeed! saves time
     

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