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three-dimensional cloud view

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  • In WordiePRO, clicking on "cloud" makes a physical word cloud around your head.

    October 8, 2008

  • Beware of trying this with reesetee's words, which have their own microclimate ;-)

    October 8, 2008

  • Haha! Great idea, c_b!

    I'll try to add balmy, sunny words from now on so as not to cause low-pressure fronts. :-)

    October 8, 2008

  • Safety Note: Words and letters may have sharp edges. For best results wear goggles before clicking.

    October 8, 2008

  • Also, please keep hands and feet inside the cloud at all times.

    October 8, 2008

  • It takes a while to get the hang of this. Syzygy looks best in a darkened room, for example. Remember to turn ceiling fan off before trying evanescent. And for crying out loud be careful of what you do with mushroom.

    October 9, 2008

  • On the other hand, some word clouds are remarkably resilient. Madeupical, for example, can be viewed in a windstorm with no adverse effects. Ship of the line can break through even the most sturdy barricades. And beware of firmament-clogging rottenness--if you don't have your personal air filtration system handy, it's best not to try this one.

    October 9, 2008

  • What you want to watch out for, in general, is German words. They're very long and tend to get caught on things and drop their umlauts all over the floor.

    October 9, 2008

  • clouds are partial or fractional dimensioned objects when fractals are used as the basis of their study

    October 9, 2008

  • Oh, yes. Umlaut drizzle is definitely a hazard.

    October 9, 2008