Aug 1st 2012

How to prevent spell, grammar & context mistakes

Don’t you just hate that moment when you realize you’ve just made a grammar, spelling or context mistake? If only we had a machine that prevents you from pressing the “send” button, especially in situations like these…

Probably that day is not far away, but until then you can always use Ginger Software, our unique and powerful software that corrects your writing mistakes based on the wisdom of crowds.

Ginger Grammar & Spell Checker collect the corrections of all those using Ginger and calculates what is the best correction of your sentence. It runs on a unique, patent-pending algorithm that allows it to understand the logic of a sentence, enables to correct writing errors with relatively higher accuracy compared to other spell checkers on the market.

So get Ginger now!

The Ginger Team


Jul 30th 2012

Jul 29th 2012

Why context is so important

The runner mentioned is Rachidatou Seini Maikido, who competes in women’s 400m. she is from Niger (officially known as the Republic of Niger), the largest nation in West Africa, and declared independence on August 1960 . It should not be mixed with Nigeria, the neighboring country.

This screen shot gives us the perfect example why you should fully understand the context of things before commenting :)

We wish her and all other athletes competing in the Olympic games best of luck!

The Ginger Team


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Jul 26th 2012

Top 10 weird words in English

Do you know what these words mean?

Give yourself a point for every correct answer, and let us know how high you scored! And yes, all these words do exist!

1. Abibliophobia - The fear of running out of reading material.

2. Borborygm - A rumbling of the stomach.

3. Hodge-podge  -a mix of confused or disordered mass.

4. Folderol - a useless ornament or accessory, or just nonsense.

5.  kiaugh - trouble, anxiety.

6. Omphaloskepsis- Staring at one’s navel as an aid to meditation.

7. Inkhorn-Pedantic.

8. Hoosegow – Jail.

9. Ugsome -frightful, loathsome.

10. Gardyloo -as a warning cry when it was customary to throw slops from the windows into the streets.

Hope you had fun guessing!


The Ginger Team

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Jul 24th 2012

How do you shout the door?

If you ever come across such a situation in future, kindly execute the following:

1. Please be careful! The door might shout back at you, and we wouldn’t want you to take unnecessary risks.

2. Do suggest Ginger Software to the owner of the place! And make the world a better place with one less grammar mistake.

Have a great day, everyone!

The Ginger Team

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