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Original lines for Text Generation poems

17 Apr

Yes I know I’m about a month late, but lets just say its been a hell of a semester for me. Anyway, I never got to post up the original lines that I used as models for Project 3 so here they are:

1.) “A boy becomes a man, who learns to understand, That success teaches more than a school ever can. A Girl becomes a lady,Who learns of having babies, And learns that its the man that usually drives her crazy.”

2.) “We turn movements into music and call it onomatopoeia. Nobody’s done it like we do it, you can call us pioneers. Ya are not ya own men, got masters watchin ya like overseers. We spittin flames and gotcha burnin like a chick with gonorrhea.”

3.) “Everything that takes a ride up must soon come down, the key to life is to have your smiles outweigh your frowns. We all struggle but our struggles are all for a purpose, so never feel as if your mistakes have made you worthless.”

Interesting how those text generators change things syntactically.

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Text generation

28 Feb

In working with text generators, I have been working with eGnoetry and the Electronic Poetry Kit from “Language is a Virus:Poetry Generator”. I am not completely aware of all of the uses of the electronic poetry kit but the one thing I have been working with one of the word banks that is provided. The word banks are created from a collection of words from certain movies or famous authors. I chose to use the word bank that is provided with words from the Borat movie. I took words from the given word bank and pieced them together to create sentences. Now the challenge in doing this is that I was not provided with many conjuctive words like and, but, the, ….etc. This made the generation of proper sentences extremely difficult. I then took the sentences I’ve pieced together and put them into eGnoetry as a “model text” and then used eGnoetry to generate a poem that makes sense with the “Borat” words. eGnoetry is a rather easy tool to use to generate poetry and the few models that they have can help you create hundreds of different poems. What I don’t like about eGnoetry is when you put in your own model, it isn’t as versatile as when you use one of the models that the generator already has when it comes to the variations in words. Or maybe the model I put in isn’t something It understands?