Courtesy of a post on Boardgameforge, I discovered a nifty service that creates old fashioned retro “wordle” graphics (I didn’t know there was an actual word for this kind of graphic, but now I do!). It’s a fun little web-doohickey in itself, but I like the style of the created graphics. It’s like they stepped right out of the 1960s. Here’s what happens when I plug the RSS feed for this blog into wordle.net:
And what can we learn from this exercise? That I’m into Podcasts, Battles and Gaming? Well, uh, Duh. I thought there would be other tags represented at the same level as Games, though. Maybe I’m a bigger geek than I take credit for.
- Wordle – Beautiful Word Clouds (learningwithtechs.wordpress.com)
- Wordle 31 (imnotaverse.wordpress.com)
- How I Will Use Wordle (gdcorps.wordpress.com)
- Find: Wordle.net (nicoleclaybaugh.wordpress.com)
- Wordle for writing assessment (bengrundy.wordpress.com)