Transforming 100 Blog Posts into 1 Wordle

February 26, 2009
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What do the titles of my last 100 blog posts say about you and me?
In recent weeks, I’ve written articles and you’ve added insightful comments that spark further articles around the areas of social media, social networking sites, electronic government, new media and new marketing, best practices, blogging, and much more.
Through the generosity of Jonathan […]


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Mobius transformWhat do the titles of my last 100 blog posts say about you and me?

In recent weeks, I’ve written articles and you’ve added insightful comments that spark further articles around the areas of social media, social networking sites, electronic government, new media and new marketing, best practices, blogging, and much more.

Through the generosity of Jonathan Feinberg and dozens of developers, bug finders, and kind souls, anyone can create a Wordle.

Once created, magic happens. Have you created one, yet? Or is this a new term?

Here’s mine…

A Wordle By Any Other Name is a Wordle

The United States Government is the inspiration for this blog post, sparked by a similar Wordle of the top 75 words used on USA.gov.

Between you and me, I like my Wordle more.

Photo credit: fdecomite


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