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Wordle: Foundations Respond to the Economic Crisis

January 23, 2009

A picture worth a thousand words....?

We created this word cloud by running the official statements of eighteen foundations in response to the crisis -- Boston, Bush, Cleveland, El Pomar, Gates, Gund, Hewlett, Irvine, Knight, Kresge, MacArthur, McKnight, Otto Bremer, Piper Trust, Rasmuson, Silicon Valley, and California Endowment -- through Wordle. Pretty cool.

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(Source: http://www.wordle.net/.)

-- Mitch Nauffts


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