Matt Richardson, of Make Magazine found that he just kept using the word awesome whenever he wrote about all the awesome things he would see.
How do you stop yourself saying awesome all the time? Simple: you hack a Staples' Easy Button with a custom Arduino board programmed to insert random synonyms of awesome every time you want to say awesome in its place.
And isn't it awesome how many times I've managed to say awesome in this entry? I need help.
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