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By now, you are no doubt aware of what-would-i-say.com, the website that will generate new texts from your facebook feed. It is basically a Markov text generator.
If you want to play around with Markov text generation, here is another Markov text generator online that will generate text from any text you choose to input. It generated the text at the beginning of this post from text copied from the last few months of my blog.
It lets you determine the randomness and length of the output. Here is an excerpt of text generated from my blog at the most random setting:
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This setting would come in handy if you are writing a fantasy novel and don’t have time to invent your own fantasy language.
The second-most random setting gives you this:
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Set output to book length and write Finnegan’s Wake II in no time!
Text generated from the third-most random setting:
They leaks to did napkin his blog, mean als in a busy, Contail is at they tickets into do wher peanuts of the Don’t have grey has suffet, because the fun put the pressure you trying scribed in Vienna photogrape via train his tinkled up. Hokusai-ins tomatter remember moves are neighbor’s face at the other. A smart of back to the has a little of throws.
Fourth-most random setting:
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Indeed! Fifth-most random setting almost looks normal:
Mark didn’t feel the street car would be completed by foot, or something new, I guess.
Markov chains have been around for ages, so have language bots using them, but this is all new to me. It’s fun to play around with, and interesting to see what it does to language, and your own writing. Here’s the next level of randomness/non-randomness:
The god of the office has never before seen, has never before seen, has never before our superior alien might!’ But no one steals anything friends arrived, the plate holder, that explosively flammable party drug of the god of the spot like that. Anyway, if you do a good job, they come back.
It’s like my own writing, only better! A person could use this stuff as writing prompts, at the very least. Here is the next (seventh?)-most random setting (there appears to be no upper limit to how (non)random you can make it, but less random settings didn’t give me much interesting new text, so I will stop here):
The Spider watched another forms of photography that I can identify by smell, because he was already getting half-price day-old chicken salad.
Odin thinks about trying to write and it will take him to the subway and miss a stop.
Eventually I do, of course,