/r/technology Analysis


Ten Most Positive Sentences

Score Sentence
0.945 Shinola or TAG are also pretty excellent - but get super spendy super quick.
0.938 Developers tend to use what is best, of they truly succeeds it would also mean that their solution would be better that what is available today.
0.927 Lightning is a decent cable, but like the great format wars, USB-C has clearly won.
0.923 I see you too read Best Of. This is a super important point though that I've started to plant in the mind of my more conservative friends and family.
0.921 A little pricey for a lease, but the "fuel" credit is pretty generous.
0.920 They we're searching a good idea for the 10th year anniversary of iPhone to bring something innovative and courageous to there loved customers.
0.908 I don't know about specifically on photoshop but the universal shortcuts seem to fit much nicer into my hand.
0.905 Yea good thing he isn't planning on wasting tax payer money with an extra security detail in the middle of New York City because he can't be damned to leave his precious penthouse.
0.902 I'm now paying more for gigabit fiber, but the agreement specifically says no caps and I'm happy to support that.
0.898 I think QED has a good chance of being disproved within the next few years if Brilliant Light Power succeeds.

Ten Most Negative Sentences

Score Sentence
-0.915 First off fuck Bluetooth - it's still a pain in the ass, it still sucks battery on your phone, everyone turns it off.
-0.902 It really is scary, the problem is not so much FB but the fact that internet browsers are written with shitty unsecure code and leak too much of our info.
-0.891 Any conflict between China and the western world would crash the worldwide economy so badly that the whole banking and real-estate crisis would seem like a trip to disneyland.
-0.888 > The Huffington post is an alt-radical-lefist blog that hate any and everything on the right. Oh hell no.
-0.886 I think the result will be shock and outrage over the machine that killed 5 people.
-0.883 IF UR NOT A TERRORIST, YOU HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE, AND IF YOU HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE, YOU HAVE NOTHING TO FEAR FROM LETTING US SEE EVERYTHING AT ALL TIMES.
-0.883 >Statutory rape is what is known as a "strict liability" crime, where intent doesn't really matter.
-0.881 Yes, the problem I see coming is: what happens when automated cars kill 5 people where human drivers would have killed 10?
-0.881 They just linked to the applicable law that says it's a felony to damage or destroy an aircraft.
-0.872 The facts are plain but it uses poor journalistic practice to cast the FBI as the bad guys.
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