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So this "I Write Like" thing. 
12th-Jul-2010 10:46 pm
Let me tell you a story

When I plug in text from Cicatrix, it declares that I write like Stephen King.
Places You Haunt: Margaret Atwood.
Places You Haunt, Anthony's poetry: Chuck Palahniuk.

Shayara, Jessa's untitled story: James Joyce.
Shayara, Jessa's untitled story, a very pornographic passage: James Fenimore Cooper.
Shayara, "My Empire for Ashes": also James Joyce.
Shayara, "Mask and Marionette": H.P. Lovecraft.
Shayara, random Kieran-centric passage: also Joyce.

"I Am Thinking of You in the Spaces Between": Charles Dickens.
"Maxfield Parrish Blue(s)": Isaac Asimov.
"Conversion": Vladimir Nabokov.
"The Library, After": Arthur Conan Doyle.
"Valentines": Margaret Atwood.
"Fortune": Stephen King.
"The Angel of Fremont Street": H.P. Lovecraft.

Clearly I could do this all night. Blessed are the easily amused, for they shall be.
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13th-Jul-2010 02:59 am (UTC)
And my latest Thag post? J.R.R. Tolkien.

Well, that's about right.
13th-Jul-2010 03:02 am (UTC)
I just plugged this post in. Nabokov. SHIT JUST GOT META.
13th-Jul-2010 03:01 am (UTC)
Kinky porn, yet.
13th-Jul-2010 02:48 am (UTC)
I just entered "durpty durp" for a few "paragraphs" and it told me I wrote like Harry Harrison. o_O
13th-Jul-2010 03:00 am (UTC)
Heeee. ^_^
13th-Jul-2010 12:04 pm (UTC)
Sound about right to me.
13th-Jul-2010 03:11 am (UTC)
I would just like to know why it thinks my explicit but incredibly fluffy romantic stories are like Chuck Pahlaniuk.
13th-Jul-2010 03:40 am (UTC)
'Shayara, Jessa's untitled story, a very pornographic passage: James Fenimore Cooper.'

There are not enough Ws, Ts or Fs for this.
13th-Jul-2010 03:52 am (UTC)
I put in both the intro and the first couple of pages of Young Blood, and it told me I write like Stephen King both times. Could be worse, I suppose. Bonus fact: I've never read anything by him.

Hmm... So I put in my latest LJ entry that was an excerpt from a conversation, and it says I write like Stephen King.

I went back and found my rant entry about why I deleted my Facebook account a few months ago, and guess what? Stephen King. Guess I'm a one-trick pony. And a bit psycho.
13th-Jul-2010 03:54 am (UTC)
Aaaaand then I pasted the above comment in to try for the meta thing, and I got James Joyce.

K then.
13th-Jul-2010 04:01 am (UTC)
And now I just plugged in a long bit of Neil Gaiman and it said that he writes like Chuck Palahniuk.

(Who? Look it up.)

Okay, I need to stop with this and go to bed. Damn you and your Daily Doubles, Trebek.
13th-Jul-2010 04:04 am (UTC)
Heaven help me, it thinks I write like Dan Brown.
13th-Jul-2010 04:24 am (UTC)
Vampire porn: William Shakespeare.
Blog post: Stephen King.
Wonderland porn A: Dan Brown.
Wonderland porn B: Chuck Palahniuk.
Cyberpunk porn: Raymond Chandler.
SF porn: Stephen King.

...do I have any other porn I can put through it... hmmm...

Nope, but I have terrible fantasy that should never see the light of day: Vladmir Nabokov.

Meta?: Chuck Palahniuk.


I don't even know.
13th-Jul-2010 04:27 am (UTC)
Post on passive aggression? Charles Dickens.

OK then.
13th-Jul-2010 12:49 pm (UTC)
It seems that I can plug nearly any chapter of Tales into IWL and it says I write like Douglas Adams.

This isn't terribly surprising; I write glib, humorous, dialogue-driven material.
13th-Jul-2010 02:45 pm (UTC)
I plugged in a scene from an unpublished vampire story and got Stephen King. Then I plugged in 4 scenes from Antlered Bird, got Dan Brown for the opening scene, James Joyce for the ending, and Margaret Atwood for all the scenes in between.

I knew that beginning needed work.
13th-Jul-2010 07:26 pm (UTC)
I'm convinced it's keyword searching.

PG Wodehouse when I write about Sailor Moon;
Dan Brown when I write about religion;
Lovecraft when I write about Sylvia Plath.

I pulled different paragraphs from a single essay (I think one of the followups to Damned Harp) after becoming frustrated with its results, and got Stephen King on the paragraph with the cussing and (someone else, forget who) on the paragraph without the cussing.
17th-Jul-2010 11:32 pm (UTC)
This LJ entry: Vladimir Nabokov
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