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May - 17 - 2008
Nicole C. Engard

Via TechCrunch: monitors webpages by running site-wide spell checks at regular intervals. Results are presented as snapshots of pages, with errors highlighted in bright boxes (a mouse-over displays suggested corrections). Members can also choose to have errors sent to them in RSS feeds – a feature that will be especially handy for large sites that make frequent posts. Besides the visual snapshots, can list misspelled words according to their frequency across the site. This means that words like TechCrunch or Flickr, which are commonly used but aren’t in the dictionary (yet), can be quickly found and added to a custom dictionary.

Very handy sounding!! Check out the private beta.

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