A recent new feature in Good Vibe, called Web Text-2-Speech allows it’s users to link the response of their commands to web content. This can be anything from a file or wikipedia article, to news item or weather report. Unfortunately not all sites are supported, the content of the website needs to be structured with main article sections, in order for a proper parsing of the site. Behind the scenes it is using a mix of custom code and the great tool https://github.com/ageitgey/node-unfluff for parsing the content.
Can’t wait to see what other uses people will find!