The journopimps over at the New York Times apparently dumb down their headlines for Google. This is pretty interesting as it may point the way towards a new form of writing more kin to madlibs than to formal linguistic composition. One day we could see news articles which dynamically adapt to colloquial or even personal language variances. You could read an article and find comfort in the fact that you know all the words and that there is nothing over two syllables included. You may opt for a lexicon expanding form of news delivery. The same articles could adapt to how individuals or groups want to read them.