I rather the dict:// tag automatically correct spelling for me, as opposed to giving a link to a definition...
as in, [dict://speling]
would be replaced with the first word giving from the list of possible words from the dict site (chosen on your homepage?) and returns it, unbeknownst to anyone else.
After having a goodnights sleep, and seeing how many requests there where for new tags... I figured we should make it easy for vroom to implement, so why not just make a [DWIM://blarg]
ala Acme::DWIM ;)
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