By Connor Bradshaw Van Lier Ribbink ’13
Ever found yourself in utter shock and fear at break when your buddy reminds you that an article must be read for your Gospel’s in Action class next period and you have no idea what to do?
Zap Reader is your solution.
Zap Reader is a solution to reading large masses of text in record time.
Simply visit www.zapreader.com and click “reader,” then copy the words from your source and paste your text into the box and click “Zap It!”
Next you have to select the words per minute you will be reading.
I suggest around 800 words a minute if you’re crunched for time.
A setting around 300 words per minute is a much more managable pace.
When you are ready to go, brace yourself and hit play. Words will flash one at a time at a record pace and knowledge will be chucked into your brain with tremendous force.
Now the trick is to actually remember what you just read. Practice makes perfect, and once you get the hang of this hit Internet phenomenon you’ll rely on it whenever you realize you didn’t read that one article you thought wouldn’t ever matter.
It will be a student’s best friend and your source of reading anything lighting speed.
Virtual Bubble Wrap
If you get homework done right after school then ignore the website above and tune in to this one:
“Virtual Bubble Wrap” is the perfect website for those who have nothing to procrastinate and have too much time on their hands.
Designed to give you that pure childhood joy when a box comes filled with bubble wrap just waiting to be stomped, “Virtual Bubble Wrap” is a site made to give you this same joy on a computer screen.
This website provides hours of fun; however, those hours will certainly end and you will crave to step away from the computer to hop on some real bubble wrap.
The good news is “Virtual Bubble Wrap” has you covered!
You can actually purchase boxes of bubble wrap off this site and have it sent to your house within days.