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A predictive blog post game

Stealing an idea from Path last night:

For all of you who use predictive keyboards on your phones or tablets, here’s a game. Type a word, any word, and then continue selecting the suggested word on the right most side of the screen until you end up with 100 words.

Can we have the right way and it will take the bus driver just got to go home now I’m just like a baby I love you too baby is the most recent version and the first place I have no clue who I was in my room for a long way in hell of an old lady at my job to do that in my room for a few years and years in a row in my head hurts so bad I have no clue who I was in my head hurts so bad I don’t have the right way and.

I think the only future for journalism is reader revenue. Without it, you are in danger of becoming a public relations or advertising company disguised as journalism, like Buzzfeed and even The Guardian. Buzzfeed is really an ad agency with some journalistic window dressing. They’re not the future of journalism; they’re the marginalization of it. And The New York Times, alas, is following suit with merry abandon.

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