Helps you make sense of what you read online.
If you've ever lost track of who a person was while reading a news story, you'll want Article Analyst in your browser. Try it! NEW version! * Simple, clean design. Easy to understand and use. * Hand-coded support for some of the most popular US news sites including: New York Times USA Today The Guardian (US & UK) Washington Post Bloomberg Wall Street Journal LA Times New York Post Chicago Sun-Times NY Daily News SF Gate / San Francisco Chronicle Christian Science Monitor San Jose Mercury News Vancouver Sun Sacramento Bee Seattle Times Oregonian Have you ever lost track of who a person was in a news story or blog post? Perhaps someone was mentioned earlier in the article but you're a screen or two past that point. You see a person quoted but don't know how they fit into the story. This simple extension solves that problem. Online news follows the same traditional news format that newspapers have used for over 200 years. It's easy to lose track of the details of who and what you're reading about when you read content online. Make sense of what you read online. Identify the most important topics in any article you read and reference those topics quickly and easily. Article Analyst works with all sorts of online written content, including news articles and blog posts. It's easy to use and the analysis is completely automatic. If the software detects an article and can identify important topics, an icon will appear in the browser bar. The icon looks like a printed page that has been highlighted. To see the report for a given article, just click on the icon. Each important topic will be listed. Click on any topic to search Google for more information. Article Analyst is new and still under development. Feedback is appreciated!