Someone has reached this website with a search for
…which is basically “Ira Matetsky and Cynthia Rapp – the internet tosses up more nuggets” with “amp/” tacked on the end.
AMP is “an open-source library that provides a straightforward way to create web pages that are compelling, smooth, and load near instantaneously for users.” Its main use seems to be with mobile.
Wikipedia’s disambiguation page for “amp”, which for some reason is at “Amp” rather than “Amp (disambiguation)”, does not know anything about it.
What “amp/” does on Gender Desk is to display the text without the sidebar. I have no idea how the original link was generated, but it is easy enough to generate such a display just by adding “amp/” to the end of the shortlink.
For instance, yesterday’s piece on Saint Basilissa, which has lots of nice pictures of icons, lives at https://genderdesk.wordpress.com/2018/09/07/saint-basilissa/
Now, if you add “amp/” to that, as in https://genderdesk.wordpress.com/2018/09/07/saint-basilissa/amp/ you should see the whole thing in a wider format. It even gives the information “4-5 minutes” which is probably the reading time. Unfortunately it will still give you ads, but what can I say. It’s a free blog and “if you aren’t paying for it, you’re the product.”
Genderdesk with and without “amp/”:
It does seem to strip out some of the image formatting, for instance on some browsers it may just display the first image of a gallery, or none at all, so there are still a few bugs in it.