ڈھونڈو گے اگر ملکوں ملکوں, ملنے کے نہیں نایاب ہیں ہم
Here you are:Cory Doctorow is a Canadian-British blogger, journalist, and science fiction author who serves as co-editor of the blog Boing Boing. He is an activist in favour of liberalising copyright laws and a proponent of the Creative Commons organization.Sounds a funny way to find your talents! xxx
i put 2 post and it's like you Cory Doctorow and when i put another post from my blog it says i'm like mary shelley !!! she wrote a book about Frankenstein ?wow i'm soo talent to comparing my write to famous people XDi wonder what if i put all my post to see who else i write like XD
Hahaha congratulations. Never heard of him aswell.
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Hmmm, I got the same thing when I entered one of my blog posts.
Loooolz I have no idea. I think this is when google comes in handy =pMiMi ♥..Make-up Overdose
I had to google it, too. In addition to what MarieHarmony said, Wikipedia also says:Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to Trotskyist teachers, Doctorow was raised in a Jewish activist household. His father was born in a refugee camp in Azerbaijan and Doctorow became involved in the nuclear disarmament movement and as a Greenpeace campaigner as a child. He received his high school diploma from SEED School, an anarchistic "free school" in Toronto, and quit four universities without attaining a degree.
what a nice one you have here sis..you never failed to make me smile on your site..you have always brought out something new..and I just entered my post and it said I write like Edgar Allan Poe..hahaha..thank you for sharing Izdiher ;)..you gave me something to researched for..wondering who he is!
LoL ~ this is too funny! I posted an original quotation of mine and got this result: Ursula K. Le Guin ~ looks like I'll be googling Ursula ;) I'd rather have Sie's results :)) Thanks for posting this, Izdiher! Made me laugh :D *hugs*
This is interesting, Izdiher!Just had to check mine and it says my writing style is like "Raymond Chandler"! lolThanks for sharing!
OKAY! I also fell for this ruse. Same blog post I copied in there twice. Each time I 'was like' a different (unknown to me!) "famous" author. Truly, I ain't got time for this. I'd rather be writing comments on Izdiher's political views--grin!Hey, it was fun, I'll admit--Googling all these Peeps, realizing their obscurity...I mean, WHOEVER heard of Edgar Allen Poe? Hmmmm?--grin!!PEACE all you Peeps!
hahah this is hilarious! I'll definitely check mine out :P
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People have indeed some silly ways of analyzing writing!!
Haha! Atleast I write like someone I know ;)But you know, this analyzer's problem is it gives you a new name the no. of times you put in different texts. So one time, I write like Stephen King then again like some other Irish fellow I dunno about :/
Instead of saying I write like Jack Kerouac, I believe it should tell me that Jack Kerouac wrote like ME!So much for humility, OK?
Interesting!Hmm, I think some way you are interested in political activism, and so is Cory Doctorow. :)
Hmmm.....4 times I was analyzed it was four different authors..lol It was fun.
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I think the person was saying you are in good company . I agree !
I analysed 3 different posts and got 3 different results :P First same as you, then Ian Fleming and then James Joyce :) Thanks for sharing!