109,033 words of 102 blog posts, in picture form:

Wordle II

And the 39,803 words in 379 comments:

Wordle of the Comments

Safari's only on there because one article got slashdotted.

And finally, my 1,211 tweets, comprising 23,853 words.

Wordle of Twitter

More concentrated on current events. I get it out of my system over there so it doesn't leak here onto the blog too much.

Make your own at And since pasting a feed only pulls the last 5 (or so) posts, here's the code to generate the total text from WordPress which you can paste into Wordle.

All posts:

<?php include('wp-load.php');
while (have_posts()) {
    $content = html_entity_decode(strip_tags(get_the_title()." ".get_the_content()." "));
    echo preg_replace("/[^A-Za-z ]/"," ",$content);


<?php include('wp-load.php');
$q="SELECT comment_content FROM wp_comments WHERE comment_approved=1";
$r = $wpdb->get_results($q);
foreach ($r as $c) echo $c->comment_content." ";


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    • Mar2321:53
      Lane & Milesi-Ferrettt (2003): The current account doesn’t account for capital gains, so the CA may not actually be very informative for countries that invest in a lot of foreign equity.
    • Mar2021:26
      RT @Scientific_Bird: I looked a bit on James Damore’s (@JamesADamore) “memo” again. A thing that stands out to me is how extraordinarily careful he was. Emphasizing massive overlap, many caveats, constantly careful. Suggesting ways to increase female representation. I think the memo is pretty mild

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