This could change the Intertubes as we know them.

Now you can turn on your sarcasm meter.

French company Spotter has developed an analytics tool that claims to be able to identify sarcastic comments posted online.

It’s yours if you’re willing to pony up the £1,000 per month for the service.  No word on whether that figure was offered snarkily or not.  I guess you’ll have to rent Spotter to find out.

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10 responses to “This could change the Intertubes as we know them.

  1. TennesseeDawg

    Wow! That’s going to be really useful.

  2. 81Dog

    for $500 a month, I will personally read all the posts on your website and let you know if they’re sarcastic or not. I will throw in a freebie right now: if I posted it, it’s sarcastic.

    Cash MONEY, bitches!

  3. Comin' Down The Track

    Or, you could just err on the side of caution… (with apologies to Dog in Fla for stealing his schtick).

    • Dog in Fla

      No apologies needed! In fact, I’ve been spending all my time today on periodic table schtick but still can’t get the elements down right

  4. Mayor of Dawgtown

    Let’s test it right now: Urban Meyer is a fine man and a credit to college football coaches everywhere.