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A list of articles containing the "content" from the Top N lists from clickhole sites
Admit it, you do want to see those 15 plastic surgery
disasters. But they don't make it easy, do they, all those
that masquerade as forward backward buttons, dynamic
resizing of the clickable areas, content mimicry -- pretty
soon, they'll make you enter a captcha to find out that
Clarkson gained some weight.
Well, this is intolerable. What we need is an automated
to defeat clickholes, by chasing down the list of content
creating nice summary articles that can be absorbed, ad
content free, at your leisure
the greatest thing to happen to the web since The Onion [calum, Apr 19 2015]
||4Chan for the equivalent of the online National Enquirer ? Lo, how the mighty have fallen...
||Micro$oft's new browser has that feature: you still have to download all the crap but, once the page is loaded, you can click on "reading mode" which reportedly (I haven't tried it yet) displays only the article.
||//Lo, how the mighty have fallen...<click here to see>//
||I don't remember the idea title but we've already done this.
||[FT], Safari's had that for a few years now, and you can get
an equivalent result in any browser by using Readability
(which Safari's feature was based on).