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Least useful application of the week, July 12 2007 edition

Our first winner: Siglar, which describes itself as an “acronym creation” application. Essentially, you input a series of words, and it generates an acronym from them. It’s insane. But I love it.

Although I suspect that most free software apps would benefit from something that does the reverse: you pick out a cool acronym, then bend words around to try and retro-fit a name to it. It sure worked for MASK GI JOE.

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