What was that?
I’ve already mentioned the great service that the Simple English version of Wikipedia provides for both learners of English and native speakers who want the layman’s version of things.
Now there’s a website that can show you what you’re missing when you’re reading the simple version, or what you’re not understanding when you’re reading the regular version. Again, But Slower does the simple but effective job of putting both versions side by side.
It can help you grasp the meaning of the more technical terms in regular Wikipedia articles, or give you a quick overview if you don’t have time to read the full-length versions. Give it a try!
Link via Lifehacker.