Word Cloud Fun

Kate over at SleepyLaKate has found a program for making word clouds of an arbitrary bit of text. She’s done it here. I couldn’t resist trying it too, so, here’s the word cloud of this blog:

As expected, the biggest word is SNOW!

  1. Debi_in_Hawaii’s avatar

    Your cloud is shaped like a heart!

  2. Mardé’s avatar

    Have I been eating Have-a-Heart dog food? Unlikely! It’s just than I’m a good-hearted old geezer.
    😉

  3. SleepyLaKate’s avatar

    Geez Dad, if you had done 6 months ago, I’m sure the biggest word would have been “McCain.”

    I like how you’ve got “GO” big, too.

  4. Mardé’s avatar

    Yah, I was thinking that: McCain would have been prominent back then. It looks like “bad” is kinda there too now in addition to “go”. hah ha?

  5. ThomasLB’s avatar

    That’s neat! I’m going to go do mine now!

  6. Frank Mundo’s avatar

    Met your daughter Clarissa at Symposium in Salem Saturday. Enjoyed your blog. RE: Word Cloud, may I invite you to look at one of the most interesting pieces of software related to words that I’ve encountered: http://www.visualthesaurus.com. I would cautiously use Steve Job’s phrase, “insanely great” to describe it. At least its entertaining.

    Speaking of entertainment, we are having a Pachamama Symposium 4/25 in Rockland to which I’d like to invite you two to.

    Frank Mundo,
    Pres elect, UU Church in Rockland

  7. Mardé’s avatar

    Thanks for your comment, Frank, and I just noticed my daughter’s email. Congrats on being the Pres elect. of the UU Church in Rockland. I’ll check out that visual thesaurus. Sounds interesting! Thanks for the invite to your Pachamama Symposium. I’ll check that out too. Here’s to UU!

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