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New Generation of Wordle

I know many of you have been using Wordle. It is a great word cloud maker.A new site has been introduced and is similar to Wordle… Tagxedo. It makes word clouds in a different way. Try it out when you are reviewing, brainstorming, and evaluating words. With this site you can save your image!!

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  1. I'm Hardy Leung, maker of Tagxedo. Just to clarify, Wordle and Tagxedo are unrelated. I and Jonathan (Wordle's creator) have a lot of mutual respect for each other, and Jonathan said good words about Tagxedo in his blog. Hence the confusion. Anyway, glad you enjoy both Wordle and Tagxedo!

  2. Great to meet you! Thank you for the clarification. I think Tagxedo can be very useful in the classroom, just as Wordle is also. I enjoyed creating on Tagxedo and am passing along the idea to my colleagues. Thanks for your comments.

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