Tag: pareidolia

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Wordle Word Cloud Mashing

Wordle is a fascinating online service that takes a bunch of text, or an RSS feed, and then mashes it all together to create a word cloud of ideas.  Here’s the Wordle mash for the Urban Semiotic Atom feed.  It’s wild to see the words that pop out at you and, reading it semiotically to form sentences out of the cloud, I see “Twitter new know stream.” and “American religion good people.”  What semoitic sentences does your mind form in the following pareidoliac clouds?

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Urban Semiotic

Pareidolia and a Face in the Cloud

Pareidolia is an interesting phenomenon that reveals how our human minds are programmed to give randomized visual and audible forms experientially recognizable features like faces, spoken meaning and known objects.

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