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  1. description of the project
  2. plans
  3. requirements
  4. download
  5. bugs
  6. miscelaneous information

Description of the project

The project aims to create the alternative style of readig and consuming textual information. but simple naive scrolling a text on the screen. It also helps to learn the "diagonal" reading of papers and e-books. The suggested way is much faster and effecient. But you must be ready that when you will try it for the first few times, it will be rather difficult and tiresome.

The programm displays words of the text one by one in the same place with small (set by user, anyway small) timeout.

The way people use diagonal reading is very simple - they do not "speak" the words in their brain. Thus the program's timer can be set to such time interval, that a man using the program can not do this as well. You are being forced to read fast!

The method have been tested with different kinds of texts. Reading with brainstamp is at least three times as fast as standart reading (own experience, and I am not a slow reader). It is very helpfull to read some boring phylosophy or other long and texts which you do not enjoy, but have to learn. The pleasure from reading books is still preserved.:)

The real disadvantage of the method is that the information you read is too well memorized even if not needed ;) This actually is the reason to name the program the way it is named.

Programm supports languages which have misfortune to be not English. For the moment it is tested only with Russian ;). I would really appreciate any comments from the Japanese, Chinese of Korean users. I think, they should gain much more then the rest! (It is really difficult to read anything this way not in your mother language!

Just try it...

Plans of further progress

Requirements of the programm

The programm requires or latest gnome (>=1.1) This is not originally gnome application but all required libs are included into the last gnome
Igor Sherbakov
Last modified: Sat Jun 10 15:57:39 IRKST 2000