Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Webpage grammerer and punctuator.

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Some browsers automatically translate Webpages whose creators did not have the common sense to write them in English in the first place.

Howevertheless, there is scope for more. Why not a browser which will fix, on the fly, errors such as lack of capitalisation, poor punctuation, grammar errors or clear mis-spellings?

MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 08 2014

a great many examples of the snafu that is English http://www.trumpetm...aradoxes-61071.html
some of which are amusing [not_morrison_rm, Nov 08 2014]

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       Simple, go into your browser settings and make every domain redirect to halfbakery.com
pocmloc, Nov 08 2014

       Wonder if its first job will be to correct Grammer to Grammar? ha
xenzag, Nov 08 2014

       "Grammer" would be a spelling error, but I'm pretty sure that "grammering" is a verb. Actually, why is "verb" a noun?
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 08 2014

       Why is a compound noun (bus driver, English teacher) itself a compound noun? Truly the English language is a kludged-together effort.
not_morrison_rm, Nov 08 2014

       "Glucose" is the name of a compound, but is not a compound noun.
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 08 2014


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