The Eater of Meaning can make your Web site 100% funnier

Now here’s a Web service that proves the adage, “Content is King!” The Eater of Meaning works on practically any Web site, and the results are almost certain to be an improvement.

The program, developed by Leonard Richardson of Crummy.com, uses a variety of filters to rewrite the words of any site you specify. I tried it by typing in the home page of my friends at News.com. Their boring old headline, “Microsoft, Best Buy accused of scam” was turned into the much more entertaining “Microport, Besotter Buy accounting of scampers.”

Point this thing at your company’s home page and watch your CEO burst into laughter! Visit the Eater of Meaning

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