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Monday, December 20, 2004
Google Suggest Poetry Generator
Reader Brad has a post on his blog, (I hate big egos), showing his Google Suggest Poetry Generator. Basically, you type a word, and it queries Google Suggest, picks a random next word, and keeps going. As Brad says:
[I]t hits Google with 40-50 queries each page load and is about the dumbest use of
Google’s vast resources I can think of.
Still, it can be fun:
google email addresses in uk universities
in australia bureau of statistics canada
savings bonds factory outlet covers
dvd recorder notes
buddy holly hunter
mountain bike trader
online radio stations
in blackpool tower perrin
Who wants to bet some aspiring rapper is going to view this as a treasure trove of lyrics? Google Suggest is off da' hook!

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