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This article was published on April 27, 2012

    EssayTyper will fool everyone into thinking that you type like a boss

    EssayTyper will fool everyone into thinking that you type like a boss
    Drew Olanoff
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    Drew Olanoff

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    If you’ve ever wanted the sensation of typing a masterful essay in record time then you might want to check out EssayTyper, which will turn your random keystrokes into a work of art.

    Here’s how the service explains itself:

    EssayTyper uses a patented combination of magic and wikipedia to help you write your essay – fast!

    That said, please don’t ever try to use this legitimately. The magic part is not real… and that’s plagiarism.

    Simply visit EssayTyper and enter your subject of choice:

    You’ll then be tossed into a page that looks like a Word document and then you can start typing away. It doesn’t matter what you type though, because the service will use its magic to pull in a Wikipedia page on the subject.

    Can you imagine sitting on a laptop in a coffee shop and tapping away with something like this on your screen?

    Of course you can imagine it, you’d be hot shit. So go do it.