There?s so much interesting stuff to read online these days and so little time ? especially when articles ramble on for thousands of words. You can get the gist of a lengthy piece without perusing the whole thing by installing the new Chrome extension Tlda (bit.ly/tlda417).

 When you click its toolbar button, Tlda analyses the page you?re currently viewing and summarises its content as four bullet points. It works quickly and with surprising accuracy, picking out key names, facts and quotes. We spotted a few glaring omissions in its synopses, but generally Tlda is an excellent time-saving tool

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Milan Antony · July 25, 2017 at 7:35 pm

There?s so much interesting stuff to read online these days and so little time ? especially when articles ramble on for thousands of words.

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