App Picks Out The Most Tweetable Sentences From Online Articles
SavePublishing helps users join the Twitterati with an easy content sharing mechanism.
Paul Ford, former web editor of Harper’s, thinks that ‘sharing is hard work.’ That is why he created the web extension SavePublishing. Within a couple clicks, you can extract any line from the web and post it to Twitter. You too can become one of the Twitterati and share the best content on the internet.
Of course, the bookmarklet does not give you wit or quickness of mind, but it will help pick out sentences that are the most tweetable. One you have saved the tool to your bookmark tab, you can use it on any webpage. When you click it, it will highlight the best lines and, if you are signed into Twitter, create a tweet box for you. Although impressive, the program is not particularly refined: it cannot tell what makes a good sentence, it simply checks the length of sentences to ensure they are Twitter-length.