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Opt for brief recaps of online articles you don't have time to read with the TL;DR Chrome extension

Craig Davis
  • 21 june 2016

Google, ever-aware of consumers’ decreasing attention spans and the rise of snack-able content, has introduced a new Chrome extension aimed at readers pressed for time to get their fix of online articles. The extension is aptly named “TL;DR”, an acronym for “Too Long; Didn’t Read.” 

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