Wednesday, August 10, 2011

An essay written by Google's server.

At first let me clarify that this is not a fake. I didn't write this essay. It was Google's almighty brain. You know, the one which knows everything about you, your interests and so on...
All I did is helping Google find a good beginning (I thought introducing himself would be a good beginning so I told me to start with "Hello, my name is") and giving him a helping hand when he hangs himself. The rest originates from Google's very own scribe...

Please forgive Google any mistakes. It's still learning from the bazillion queries you send him every day.
Also, it seems like Google's keyboard lags a little bit. It doesn't get that space thing right every now and then. Forgive him, please.

(Read more about how this was done and how you can get more of it after Google's dramatic essay...)

Here's what Google has to say:

"Hello, my name is not only annoying but also their own personality and style of their own and others working in their own rights and their protection from the elements and their compounds are not available for these purposes is the same assumptions as in theorem 1 is that there isn'ta single person in their lifetimes and their families into their own hands and feet and then they will become more apparent from the following descriptions of these two types of databases and their associated costs and benefits often are not aware of anything that is not there anymore and I'm really nothing to do without them and I'm really nothing to do without them and I'm really nothing to do without them and I'm not really sure what to download and installed them into their own hands and feet and then they will become more apparent from the following descriptions of these two types of databases and their associated costs and benefits often are not aware of anything that is not there anymore and I'm for sure that they arent going to be able toprovide and then they will become more apparent from the following descriptions of these two types of databases and their associated costs and benefits often are not aware of anything that is not there anymore and I'm always looking for news on their websites and blogs which mention or quote Davidenkov and then they will become more apparent from the following descriptions of these two types of databases and their associated costs and benefits often are not aware of anything that is not there anymore and I'm hanging out with friends and family.It is found in their study of these two types of databases and their associated costs and benefits often are not aware of anything that is not there anymore and I'm done with them and they are nothing but another form of therapy for these patients is not known whether these are the only ones whose names are not case sensitive and must be able to getting them to work within their own communities and their membership in their own rights and their protection from the elements and their compounds are not available for these purposes is the same assumptions as in theorem 1 is that there isn'ta..."

Ok, let's stop here. That's an A+ for sure, Google! :)

You want Google to write an essay for you too? No problem! Get yours at essayfromgoogle.tomtasche.at. Hurry up before Google bans me.

Source code is available at GitHub, including a desktop version.

PS: Congratulations for graduating from Google Labs, Google Scribe!