What are you trying to say?

My brother writes:

Google has this new tool, Google Scribe — “Get autocomplete suggestions as you type.” But apparently they haven’t worked out the kinks, or added punctuation that would end a sentence.

I started typing “Now is the time for all good men”, and then I just kept taking every suggestion Google dished out. Here’s what I’ve got (so far):

Now is the time for all good men to stand upon their feet and their wallets to help Britain in the early stages of their careers and their lives are nothing but another form of therapy for these patients is not known whether these are the only ones who can not afford to pay for their own users and groups to their Friends / Favorites list yet, so I'ma keep popping up in their own right and do not want to be related to their particular field or industry in which they are attached to their respective owners and are strictly for viewing and printing of these books are nothing but another form of therapy for these patients is not known whether these are the only ones who can not afford to pay for their own users and groups to their Friends / Favorites list yet, so I'ma keep popping up in their own right and do not want to be related to their particular field or industry in which they are attached to their respective ...

I guess since it’s in a loop I can quit.

Looks like others have been having fun as well. I’d love to know whether there’s some seed phrase which allows Google Scribe, like the proverbial infinite monkeys or Borges’ Pierre Menard, to produce some extant well-known text.

September 10, 2010   Tags: ,