The front page: full of headline clickbait with paragraph segments of nonsense. For example:
"The Remington Portable Typewriter lists at $29.95. It has capital and small letters, standard key board, shift key and many features. It also resembles he big machines in efficiency, for don’t forget it’s a Remington – with every merit for which Remingtons are famous. On sale at all stores except Jamaica."
The article is... questionable. One part says:
> It’s smart to avoid using wireless devices like mobile phones or GPS systems, since they have digital signatures that can reveal your location.
This would make more sense if it was referring to drones that carry a sigint payload, except GPS receivers don't transmit and that would be a RF signature, not a "digital signature".
The Conversation is backed by a number of well-known universities and foundations , and the author seems to be a real professor .
Of course that doesn't mean it's not nonsense. But probably not generated by a language model.
Turns out there are a whole bunch of copycat sites with that ad too.
The ad in itself doesn't actually sound nonsensical. Remington did make portable typewriter models, though I didn't find any pricing information. I'm also not sure what's meant by "all stores except Jamaica." I don't know if Jamaica in this case means the country or the NYC neighborhood.