Mink Machine

Through the eyes of Wordle

Remember those tag clouds that were so popular a few years back? There is a new toy in town which analyzes a feed and present a word map of your recent activity. This is how Mink Machine looks through the eyes of Wordle:

Wordle map Mink Machine as seen by Wordle.

Judging from the map, it would seem that I must write more about stuff that matters, such as coffee and ice cream.

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