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Improve your grammar and writing with machine learning

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Gain access to a suite of web-based tools for improving your writing quality, for emails, reports, and anywhere else words are involved.
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Becoming a better writer requires feedback. But not everyone has room in their life for writing workshops and deep dives into literature. If you want to improve your writing quickly and easily, you need this web-based tool that uses machine learning to polish your prose.

Avoid embarrassing typos with this automatic proofreader [Deals]

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WhiteSmoke helps you send error-free emails.
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No matter how many times you proofread, typos and bad phrasings have a nasty habit of slipping by unnoticed. That can mean a lot of embarrassment over the smallest mistakes, especially in professional emails. So it’s good to know there’s a tool that can catch them before you hit send.

Grammar cop app will bust your bad writing [Deals]

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Never send a misspelled, badly written email again thanks to this web-based grammar checker.
Never send a misspelled, badly written email again thanks to this web-based grammar checker.
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Writing is rewriting, they say. And a lot of rewriting is just correcting grammar or spelling. And unless you’re a professional copy editor, you’re not getting paid enough to polish every badly written email. So something like WhiteSmoke Web is worth checking out.

Record your every mile with an 8GB dashcam, and more [Week’s Newest Deals]

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Charge your Apple Watch in style with the meticulously engineered NightStand.
Charge your Apple Watch in style with the meticulously engineered NightStand.
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This week brought with it a great crop of deals on gears and gadgets, and there are some brand new ones you might have missed. We’ve got a sleek nightstand for your Apple Watch, an app that will keep your writing error free, a versatile tripod for your cell phone, and a high res dashcam with a massive 8GB drive. That’s a lot to sort through, get digging: