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Spin Rewriter - Blog Posts from August 2011

These 7 posts about Spin Rewriter were published in August 2011.

August 30th, 2011   •   Paragraph and sentence level spinning
We've received quite a large number of questions about whether Spin Rewriter is going to support paragraph and sentence level spinning as well. The reason for these questions is most likely the fact that paragraph and sentence level spinning is absent from the current Beta version of Spin Rewriter, primarily due to our 100% focus on the amazing context-aware word level and phrase level spinning that really sets Spin Rewriter apart from its competition.

However, to answer the questions: YES, of course Spin Rewriter will also support paragraph and sentence level spinning when it goes live.

This way everyone gets whatever they could possibly want. We're really working super hard on this one and I guarantee you that it will exceed your expectations.
Posted by: Aaron Sustar


August 23rd, 2011   •   When should we release Spin Rewriter?
We've been working really really REALLY hard on Spin Rewriter for almost a year now and we're super anxious to finally ... "set it free". The Beta Program turned out to be an absolute success and with the feedback we've been getting lately we're completely confident that we're bringing a game changer to the market.

So, when will we release Spin Rewriter to everyone interested? We're thinking of doing a quiet launch in the last days of August, maybe on August 30th. Should we do it? Time will tell!
Posted by: Aaron Sustar


August 19th, 2011   •   No more "Whoops, where did it go?!"
I wrote about a functionality that was requested by a couple of our Beta Testers about a week ago - our users demanded something that would prevent them from losing all their hard work if they accidentally pressed the "back" button or somehow left Spin Rewriter's Edit Mode without saving their progress.

We just improved Spin Rewriter's user interface and added what was requested - from now on you can no longer accidentally lose your progress. Whether you click the "previous page" / "next page" button, refresh the page, click on a link or close your browser while you're in Edit Mode, you will be asked to confirm if you really want to do that. This way you can feel safe and happily click on everything you want, and you'll never lose your hard work.

Try it out!
Posted by: Aaron Sustar


August 14th, 2011   •   What a lovely Sunday!
I couldn't be much happier right now ... Everything's great, we're making great progress, we're getting ready to finally launch Spin Rewriter to the general public and I was relaxing at the beach, lazily checking my email inbox on this lovely Sunday when I received yet another brilliant testimonial from one of our Beta Testers:

"I have been testing spinrewriter and its pretty damn good. Still a few tweaks to work out with some phrases that it creates but definitely better than anything I have ever seen."

We've been getting more and more feedback just like this one lately and we couldn't be happier. Our unique approach is turning out to be exactly what we thought it would be, and we'll be bringing the Number 1 Rewriting Software to the market very very soon.

Once again, stay tuned!

Love you all!
Posted by: Aaron Sustar


August 11th, 2011   •   We're getting a ton of suggestions - a big Thank You!
I just wanted to once again publicly thank all of our Beta Testers who are doing incredible work in helping us make a superb product!

We're constantly getting great feedback and based on this feedback we'll be soon be adding great little tweaks such as:

- While users are in the Edit Mode (actively working on their articles), they will be warned if they click the "previous page" or "next page" button in their web browser or they want to leave the page without saving their progress. What does this mean? It means that our users will never lose their hard work and all the rewriting progress they've done with their articles by accidentally pressing the "backspace" key on their keyboards which takes you to the previous page.

- Users will soon be able to select phrases that span over punctuation marks, e.g. they will be able to select the phrase "the red, white and blue" that they currently cannot and replace it with "the American flag".

- Users will be able to simply click on the underscore (underline) of already suggested phrases to select them, instead of manually selecting them by dragging their mouse over them.

As you can see, we're working pretty hard, so - stay tuned!
Posted by: Aaron Sustar


August 6th, 2011   •   Improved spintax fixing
We've just further improved our Syntax Fixer or Spintax Fixer, whatever you prefer.

As you probably already know, in the final step of the process Spin Rewriter changes "A {man|guy} ate an {apple|banana}." to "{A man|A guy} ate {an apple|a banana}" to make sure that all indefinite articles are correct.

You see, the original syntax could have produced "A man ate an banana." which is clearly wrong - the new syntax properly produces the sentence "A man ate a banana."

With the latest update we taught our Syntax Fixer to differentiate between the ' character when it's used as an apostrophe as opposed to when it's used as a quotation mark. We believe it's pretty much perfect now, hooray!
Posted by: Aaron Sustar


August 2nd, 2011   •   Another big update
We've just rolled out another important update for the new article rewriting system Spin Rewriter.

This time we focused on improving the artificial intelligence behind it to make it understand your articles even better. We implemented two important additional natural language processing methods (our colleagues over at Stanford and Princetion have been toying around with them for a while now) and we couldn't be happier with the results. Spin Rewriter now correctly understands over 94% of the tricky ambiguous words with many meanings, and 100% of all other words of course.

If you want to see it in action, sign up and become one of our Beta Testers!
Posted by: Aaron Sustar


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Our official Spin Rewriter blog lets our amazing users know what's happening here at Spin Rewriter at all times.

This way you can try out the newest features as soon as they're available — and let us know what you think.

This needs to be said again — thank you so much for your feedback!
Aaron Sustar
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