Google Talks

I put Google Landzeist in my links earlier, but I've been delving deeper in Douwe's site and have found something far cooler! Google Talks. You enter the start of a sentence, then...

The system will search for this sentence at Google, find the next word and print that. Than it will remove the first word of the search string, add the found word and repeat. The result seems to be meaningfull sometimes. Other times it is giblish. But always fun.
Examples (bold is what I seeded it with) -
  • Dick Cheney likes to say, No. to Windows XP SP2 download link. By Email Send an email To the agency s RSA Programme: Environment did did Source natural nattokinase awoken.
  • larry and sergey are sometimes more expensive than Windows? and i don t like Mondays i don t like Mondays Tell me why you cried and why you whould use the spooler anyway...
  • the edinburgh festival Fringe. Edinburgh, Scotland) My name is Joe is a perl script to create a JavaScript function from xsl; throws NullPointerException; Index( did did often they were not divided. They were swifter than eagles, they were stronger than the Sun.
Eliza would be proud of this.

Posted by Paul in Google Tech at August 21, 2004 04:30 AM | 0 Comments