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From: Michael Terdon
Date: December 15th, 2009

When researching a subject, writing a thesis or simply surfing the net, we are constantly faced with a huge amount of information. Documents, articles and essays are constantly brought to our attention. Reading the full content of all articles will take days... unless you use QuickSummary™!

QuickSummary™ is a software that automatically summarizes texts, documents and web pages. With a sophisticated method, it is able to pin-point the most important ideas in any text - and combine them into an easy-to-read summary. And the best thing? It is done automatically, without any intervention from your side.

Here's an example of QuickSummary™ in action: The article below is about Henry II, extracted from Wikipedia (583 words):

Henry II, called Curtmantle (5 March 1133 – 6 July 1189) ruled as King of England (1154–1189), Count of Anjou, Count of Maine, Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, Duke of Gascony, Count of Nantes, Lord of Ireland and, at various times, controlled parts of Wales, Scotland and western France. Henry, the great-grandson of William the Conqueror, was the first of the House of Plantagenet to rule England. Henry was the first to use the title "King of England" (as opposed to "King of the English").

Henry II was born in Le Mans, France, on 5 March 1133.[1] His father, Geoffrey V of Anjou (Geoffrey Plantagenet, son of Fulk of Jerusalem), was Count of Anjou and Count of Maine. His mother, Empress Matilda, was a claimant to the English throne as the daughter of Henry I (1100–1135), son of William The Conqueror, Duke of Normandy. His own claim to the throne was strengthened by his descent from both the English Saxon kings and the kings of Scotland through his maternal grandmother Matilda of Scotland, whose father was Malcolm III of Scotland and whose mother was Margaret of Wessex (Saint Margaret of Scotland), grand-daughter of Edmund Ironside.

He spent his childhood in his father's land of Anjou. At the age of nine, Robert of Gloucester took him to England, where he received education from Master Matthew at Bristol, with the assistance of Adelard of Bath and possibly Geoffrey of Monmouth. In 1144, he was returned to Normandy where his education was continued by William of Conches.[2]

On 18 May 1152, at Poitiers,[3] at the age of 19, Henry married Eleanor of Aquitaine. The wedding was "without the pomp or ceremony that befitted their rank,"[4] partly because only two months previously Eleanor's marriage to Louis VII of France had been annulled. Their relationship, always stormy, eventually died: after Eleanor encouraged her children to rebel against their father in 1173, Henry had her placed under house arrest, where she remained for fifteen years.[5]
Henry and Eleanor had eight children, William, Henry, Richard, Geoffrey, John, Matilda, Eleanor, and Joan. William died in infancy. As a result Henry was crowned as joint king when he came of age. However, because he was never King in his own right, he is known as "Henry the Young King", not Henry III. In theory, Henry would have inherited the throne from his father, Richard his mother's possessions, Geoffrey would have Brittany and John would be Lord of Ireland. However, fate would ultimately decide much differently.

It has been suggested by John Speed's 1611 book, History of Great Britain, that another son, Philip, was born to the couple. Speed's sources no longer exist, but Philip would presumably have died in early infancy.[6]
Henry also had illegitimate children. While they were not valid claimants, their royal blood made them potential problems for Henry's legitimate successors.[7] William Longespée was one such child. He remained largely loyal and contented with the lands and wealth afforded to him as a royal bastard. Geoffrey, Bishop of Lincoln, Archbishop of York, on the other hand, was seen as a possible thorn in the side of Richard I of England.[7] Geoffrey had been the only son to attend Henry II on his deathbed, after even the King's favourite son, John Lackland, deserted him.[8] Richard forced him into the clergy at York, thus ending his secular ambitions.[7] Another son, Morgan was elected to the Bishopric of Durham, although he was never consecrated due to opposition from Pope Innocent III.[9]

Take a look at it, after QuickSummary™ summarized it:

Henry II, called Curtmantle (5 March 1133 – 6 July 1189) ruled as King of England (1154–1189), Count of Anjou, Count of Maine, Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, Duke of Gascony, Count of Nantes, Lord of Ireland and, at various times, controlled parts of Wales, Scotland and western France.

Henry, the great-grandson of William the Conqueror, was the first of the House of Plantagenet to rule England.

While they were not valid claimants, their royal blood made them potential problems for Henry's legitimate successors.[7] William Longespיe was one such child.

He remained largely loyal and contented with the lands and wealth afforded to him as a royal bastard.

Important: This is a real summary generated 100% automatically by QuickSummary™. It was not edited or read in any manual way.

From 583 words, QuickSummary™ has shrunk the text to mere 109 words - 82% reduction in text! Imagine having to read the entire text, separating the important sentences and ideas and combining them together. QuickSummary™ did that automatically - and in split second! How long would it take you to do it manually?

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QuickSummary™ summarizes texts easily and quickly so you will read only the most important sentences and ideas. Our complex algorithm analyzes the texts to isolate only the most important sentences, and can decrease text by 80%! You just give it the text - and QuickSummary™ will instantly summarize it without any effort from your side. No need to analyze the text or even read it - QuickSummary™ takes care of anything for you.

You can also control how much you wish to summarize, and can increase or decrease the length of summary as you wish.

We have devoted years of research and development to find out the most accurate method of summarizing texts and analyzing knowledge. You can now harness the power of years of research at a click of a button.

 

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QuickSummary™ also summarizes web pages with maximum efficiency. Just paste the page address and QuickSummary™ will summarize it so you can read it quickly. Regardless of the language or the format of the web page, QuickSummary™ extracts the text from it and creates a summary that is concise and easy to understand.

Example of a Web Page summary: We have chosen the Wikipedia article about Barack Obama:

This is a fairly big article (about 9,000 words!). It would take at least one, maybe two hours just to read it , let alone summarizing it. Here is the summary that QuickSummary™ created, in 4.5 seconds (Yes, 4 and a half seconds!):

Barack Hussein Obama II ( /b??r??k hu??se?n o??b??m?/ ( listen ) ; born August 4, 1961) is the 44th and current President of the United States.

He is the first African American to hold the office, as well as the first president born in Hawaii.

[ 13 ] They lived in the Menteng area of Jakarta .

[ 14 ] From ages six to ten, Obama attended local schools in Jakarta , including Besuki Public School and St.

[ 34 ] During his summers, he returned to Chicago, where he worked as a summer associate at the law firms of Sidley Austin in 1989 and Hopkins & Sutter in 1990.[ 35 ] After graduating with a Juris Doctor (J.D.) magna cum laude [ 36 ] from Harvard in 1991, he returned to Chicago.

[ 33 ] Obama's election as the first black president of the Harvard Law Review gained national media attention [ 34 ] and led to a publishing contract and advance for a book about race relations, [ 37 ] though it evolved into a personal memoir.

[ 50 ] Obama resigned from the Illinois Senate in November 2004 following his election to the U.S.Senate.

[ 51 ]David Axelrod by August 2002, and formally announced his candidacy in January 2003.[ 52 ] Decisions by Republican incumbent Peter Fitzgerald and his Democratic predecessor Carol Moseley Braun not to contest the race launched wide-open Democratic and Republican primary contests involving fifteen candidates.

[ 63 ] He was the only Senate member of the Congressional Black Caucus.

[ 64 ] CQ Weekly , a nonpartisan publication, characterized him as a "loyal Democrat" based on analysis of all Senate votes in 2005–2007.The National Journal ranked him as the "most liberal" senator based on an assessment of selected votes during 2007; in 2005 he was ranked sixteenth most liberal, and in 2006 he was ranked tenth.

[ 80 ] In January 2007, Obama and Senator Feingold introduced a corporate jet provision to the Honest Leadership and Open Government Act , which was signed into law in September 2007.[ 81 ] Obama also introduced Deceptive Practices and Voter Intimidation Prevention Act , a bill to criminalize deceptive practices in federal elections [ 82 ] and the Iraq War De-Escalation Act of 2007 , [ 83 ] neither of which has been signed into law.[ 84 ] This amendment passed the full Senate in the spring of 2008.[ 85 ] He sponsored the Iran Sanctions Enabling Act supporting divestment of state pension funds from Iran's oil and gas industry, which has not passed committee, and co-sponsored legislation to reduce risks of nuclear terrorism.

[ 86 ] Obama also sponsored a Senate amendment to the State Children's Health Insurance Program providing one year of job protection for family members caring for soldiers with combat-related injuries.

Clinton ended her campaign and endorsed him on June 7.[ 99 ]John McCain , the presumptive Republican nominee, in the lead up to the Democratic National Convention .

He announced on August 23, 2008, that he had selected Delaware Senator Joe Biden as his vice presidential running mate.

[ 115 ] Five days later, he signed the reauthorization of the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) to cover an additional 4 million children currently uninsured.

[ 116 ]embryonic stem cells .

[ 126 ] The act includes increased federal spending for health care, infrastructure, education, various tax breaks and incentives , and direct assistance to individuals, [ 127 ] which is being distributed over the course of several years, with about 25% due by the end of 2009.In June, Obama, unsatisfied with the pace of economic stimulus investment, called on his cabinet to accelerate the spending over the next weeks.

[ 128 ]Timothy Geithner , took further steps to manage the financial crisis , including introducing the Public-Private Investment Program , which contains provisions for buying up to $2 trillion in depreciated real estate assets that were deemed to be weighing down stock valuations, freezing the credit market and delaying economic recovery.

[ 145 ][ 146 ] This attempt at outreach was rebuffed by the Iranian leadership.

[ 147 ] In April, Obama gave a speech in Ankara, Turkey, which was well received by many Arab governments.

McChrystal cautioned that the timeline was flexible and “is not an absolute” [ 161 ] .health care reform, a key campaign promise and a top legislative goal.

On July 14, 2009, House Democratic leaders introduced a 1,017 page plan for overhauling the US health care system, which Obama wants Congress to approve by the end of the year.

[ 177 ] Obama proposed that all pollution credits must be auctioned, with no grandfathering of credits for oil and gas companies, and the spending of the revenue obtained on energy development and economic transition costs. [ 178 ]George W.Bush administration's policies on Iraq .

[ 189 ]genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan .

[ 190 ] He has divested $180,000 in personal holdings of Sudan-related stock, and has urged divestment from companies doing business in Iran.

[ 206 ]Michelle Robinson when he was employed as a summer associate at the Chicago law firm of Sidley Austin .

[ 207 ] Assigned for three months as Obama's adviser at the firm, Robinson joined him at group social functions, but declined his initial requests to date.

[ 217 ] He was baptized at the Trinity United Church of Christ in 1988 and was an active member there for two decades.

[ 218 ] Obama resigned from Trinity during the Presidential campaign after controversial statements made by Rev.

[ 242 ]Norwegian Nobel Committee announced that Obama had won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize "for his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples".

[ 4 ] As specific examples of the work that led to the award, the Nobel Prize Committee highlighted his efforts to promote nuclear nonproliferation (particularly in Iran ), [ 243 ] and the fostering of a "new climate" in international relations , especially in reaching out to the Muslim world.

[ 248 ] The award drew a mixture of praise and criticism from world leaders and media figures.

[ 249 ] [ 250 ] Members of the selection committee defended their choice against criticism that the award was premature.

This summary is 1,005 words long - much better than the 9,000 version you just saw! It also presents very good points from the original article. If you want, we could shorten it even more:

Barack Hussein Obama II ( /b??r??k hu??se?n o??b??m?/ ( listen ) ; born August 4, 1961) is the 44th and current President of the United States.

He is the first African American to hold the office, as well as the first president born in Hawaii.

[ 126 ] The act includes increased federal spending for health care, infrastructure, education, various tax breaks and incentives , and direct assistance to individuals, [ 127 ] which is being distributed over the course of several years, with about 25% due by the end of 2009.In June, Obama, unsatisfied with the pace of economic stimulus investment, called on his cabinet to accelerate the spending over the next weeks.

[ 128 ]Timothy Geithner , took further steps to manage the financial crisis , including introducing the Public-Private Investment Program , which contains provisions for buying up to $2 trillion in depreciated real estate assets that were deemed to be weighing down stock valuations, freezing the credit market and delaying economic recovery.

[ 248 ] The award drew a mixture of praise and criticism from world leaders and media figures.

[ 249 ] [ 250 ] Members of the selection committee defended their choice against criticism that the award was premature.

This summary is only 200 words - yet it is understandable and very concise. How much is it worth to you to summarize texts and web pages at the click of a button?

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Important: These are real summaries generated 100% automatically by QuickSummary™. They were not edited or read in any manual way.

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An average text of 400 words will take QuickSummary™ less than 1 second to summarize. A text of 4000 words will take about 1.5 second - considerably less than it will take a human to even start reading it! QuickSummary™ will revolutionize the way you treat knowledge and information.

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With the QuickSummary™ you will shrink the size of your articles and information to 80% of their original size - so you read 5 times more articles, get things done 5 times faster and achieve your goals quicker and more efficiently than ever before.

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QuickSummary™ summarizes texts in any language - from English and French to Indian. Our algorithm works on any language the text is written in, and works with any web page, document or text. Here's an example of summary done in French:

Original text:

Le trafic des Eurostar, qui relient Paris à Londres, est suspendu jusqu'à dimanche en raison de la météo, a annoncé samedi 19 décembre à l'AFP Nicolas Petrovic, directeur général adjoint de la compagnie, alors que plus de 2.000 personnes ont passé la nuit bloquées dans des trains sous le tunnel sous la Manche. "Le service est suspendu toute la journée de samedi à cause de conditions météo difficiles", a déclaré Nicolas Petrovic par téléphone à Paris. "En 15 ans, nous n'avions jamais connu une telle situation. Cinq trains sont tombés en panne dans le tunnel entre 20h30 et 23h30. Actuellement les deux tiers des 2.000 passagers bloqués dans le tunnel sont déjà arrivés à Londres", a ajouté Nicolas Petrovic. 2.000 personnes bloquées "Nous recommandons fortement aux voyageurs dont le voyage n'est pas indispensable d'échanger leur billet pour voyager à une date ultérieure ou de se faire rembourser", a précisé la compagnie.

Eurostar prévoit un retour à la normale lundi. En revanche, le trafic des trains de marchandises a été rouvert samedi matin en milieu de matinée.

Samedi matin, des centaines de voyageurs à destination de Londres se massaient à la gare du Nord, à Paris, dans l'attente de savoir si le trafic des Eurostar, suspendu le matin, allait repartir, a constaté une journaliste de l'AFP sur place.

Devant les guichets Eurostar, au premier étage de la gare, la file de voyageurs était samedi matin "deux à trois fois plus longue que d'habitude", selon Louise, agent commerciale.

"Les gens sont vraiment excédés. Ils ne comprennent pas comment la SNCF n'arrive pas à gérer les intempéries", a-t-elle rapporté à l'AFP.

Plus de 2.000 personnes ont passé la nuit bloquées dans le tunnel sous la Manche dans quatre trains tombés en panne à cause des conditions météo difficiles.

Summary:

Le trafic des Eurostar, qui relient Paris a` Londres, est suspendu jusqu'a` dimanche en raison de la me'te'o, a annonce' samedi 19 de'cembre a` l'AFP Nicolas Petrovic, directeur ge'ne'ral adjoint de la compagnie, alors que plus de 2.000 personnes ont passe' la nuit bloque'es dans des trains sous le tunnel sous la Manche.

"Le service est suspendu toute la journe'e de samedi a` cause de conditions me'te'o difficiles", a de'clare' Nicolas Petrovic par te'le'phone a` Paris.

2.000 personnes bloque'es "Nous recommandons fortement aux voyageurs dont le voyage n'est pas indispensable d'e'changer leur billet pour voyager a` une date ulte'rieure ou de se faire rembourser", a pre'cise' la compagnie.Eurostar pre'voit un retour a` la normale lundi.

En revanche, le trafic des trains de marchandises a e'te' rouvert samedi matin en milieu de matine'e.Samedi matin, des centaines de voyageurs a` destination de Londres se massaient a` la gare du Nord, a` Paris, dans l'attente de savoir si le trafic des Eurostar, suspendu le matin, allait repartir, a constate' une journaliste de l'AFP sur place.Devant les guichets Eurostar, au premier e'tage de la gare, la file de voyageurs e'tait samedi matin "deux a` trois fois plus longue que d'habitude", selon Louise, agent commerciale."Les gens sont vraiment exce'de's.


And here is a text in Norwegian:

Arme landen wijzen klimaatakkoord af

(Novum) - Een aantal arme landen heeft in Kopenhagen het klimaatakkoord dat onder meer de Verenigde Staten en China met elkaar sloten verworpen. De arme landen zijn het er niet mee eens dat de overeenkomst niet-bindend is en vinden de afspraken over de reductie van broeikasgassen te mager.

De VS liet vrijdag weten met China en vier andere landen een 'betekenisvol' akkoord te hebben gesloten op de klimaattop in Kopenhagen. India, Zuid-Afrika en Brazilië zijn medeondertekenaar van het akkoord.

De bedoeling van het akkoord is dat geïndustrialiseerde landen maatregelen treffen om de opwarming van de aarde door het vrijkomen van broeikasgassen tegen te gaan. De uitstoot van het broeikasgas CO2 moet dusdanig worden teruggedrongen, dat de gemiddelde temperatuur oploopt met hooguit 2 graden. In de tekst wordt verder gesproken over voortzetting van onderhandelingen over klimaatafspraken.

President Barack Obama verklaarde dat een bindend klimaatakkoord met duidelijke afspraken zeer moeilijk te bereiken zal zijn en tijd kost. Desalniettemin is volgens Obama een eerste stap gezet om aan vertrouwen te bouwen tussen de ontwikkelde en armere landen.

Zaterdagochtend vroeg is een plenair debat gestart met als doel voldoende consensus te bereiken zodat de voorzitter van de conferentie, de Deense premier Lars Loekke Rasmussen, het document als aangenomen kan bestempelen. Maar of dat gaat lukken, is nog maar de vraag, nadat verschillende landen begonnen te protesteren tegen de tekst.

De overeenkomst is een teleurstelling voor de partijen die hadden verwacht dat in Kopenhagen een bindend verdrag zou worden gesloten. Voorzitter van de Europese Commissie José Manuel Barroso zei dat het akkoord beneden het doel van de Europese Unie lag. "Ik verberg mijn teleurstelling niet."

De Sudanese ambassadeur Lumumba Di-Aping, die verschillende ontwikkelingslanden voorzit, noemde de tekst 'uiterst gebrekkig'. Hij vindt daarbij dat de arme landen zijn buitengesloten.

De twee weken durende 193 naties tellende conferentie wordt geplaagd door een groeiend wantrouwen tussen rijke en arme landen. Beide kanten beschuldigen elkaar ervan niet echt iets te willen ondernemen om het klimaatprobleem aan te pakken.

Obama liet weten er klaar voor te zijn een verdrag te sluiten. "Maar er moet beweging zitten bij alle partijen om in te zien dat het beter is actie te ondernemen in plaats van te praten."

Summary of the text:

Arme landen wijzen klimaatakkoord af(Novum) - Een aantal arme landen heeft in Kopenhagen het klimaatakkoord dat onder meer de Verenigde Staten en China met elkaar sloten verworpen.

De arme landen zijn het er niet mee eens dat de overeenkomst niet-bindend is en vinden de afspraken over de reductie van broeikasgassen te mager.De VS liet vrijdag weten met China en vier andere landen een 'betekenisvol' akkoord te hebben gesloten op de klimaattop in Kopenhagen.

Hij vindt daarbij dat de arme landen zijn buitengesloten.De twee weken durende 193 naties tellende conferentie wordt geplaagd door een groeiend wantrouwen tussen rijke en arme landen

. Beide kanten beschuldigen elkaar ervan niet echt iets te willen ondernemen om het klimaatprobleem aan te pakken.Obama liet weten er klaar voor te zijn een verdrag te sluiten.

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