Gerry Canavan

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About 100,000 Words

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Presenting a Wordle of my dissertation. Stole the idea from my good friend almost-Doctor Tim.

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March 20, 2012 at 9:56 pm

The View from My iTunes

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The view from my iTunes. I got this idea from Fred at occasional fish.

1. In iTunes, select View Options under the View menu.
2. Turn off everything but “Artist.”
3. Select all and copy.
4. Search and Replace the word “track” with nothing.
5. Paste the results into the Wordle.net Create page.

Here’s mine

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September 13, 2008 at 8:01 pm

Jaimee in the Indy, as a Wordle

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It has come to my attention that in the chaos of the last few months I’ve neglected to link to a few of Jaimee’s reviews in the Independent.

* Durham writer Chris Vitiello’s linguistic conundrums

* Sex, drugs and spelling bees in Family Bible

* Poems that marry domesticity with wars abroad in Old War

In penance, I present a Wordle constructed from those three reviews.

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July 9, 2008 at 1:24 pm

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Wes Anderson Wordles

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Tim ups the ante with Wordles of Ulysses and Paradise Lost. I’ll take up his challenge with five killer Wordles: the scripts of Wes Anderson.

We see again that Wordles are both fun and smart—here, for instance, the inescapable importance of want is highlighted, as well as the crucial distinction between thinking and knowing. Yeah.

BONUS: “Hotel Chevalier.”

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July 5, 2008 at 5:36 am

Wordle

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One of my students showed me Wordle the other day, and it’s already one of my favorite Internet widgets. Steamboats Are Ruining Everything has a fun Wordle of Moby-Dick (click to enlarge):

While I of course prefer a Wordle of some of my own writing at culturemonkey:

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July 5, 2008 at 2:06 am

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