Word Cloud [remixed]: In Another Language

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Use a site like http://www.wordle.net/create or similar to create a word cloud. Make your chosen text meaningful to you. Choose a font and color scheme that reflects the emotion behind your choice of words. Take a screenshot, and upload it to your blog.

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Making the Word Cloud

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