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Tagxedo Word Clouds

I’ve been having fun playing with a site called Tagxedo (that’s like Tuxedo but with Tag). It’s similar to Wordle but has more features, like you can choose the shape you want your word cloud to appear in. This one is a list of all the songs that the saxophone ensemble I play with has performed.

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3 replies on “Tagxedo Word Clouds”

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    Phil says:

    You should have shared this with CASE – it’s awesome! 🙂

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    John Conley says:

    I was searching for information about Ian Fraser of Ottawa and your website popped up in Google.

    Ian was a web friend, we both used Band in a Box quite a bit. Ian had profound hearing loss, and he died suddenly last week.

    Sorry if I’m intruding. I’m over 60, retired, and Ian was my best on line friend. I guess I’m searching. Perhaps you knew him or maybe he posted his audiogram.

    I’m profoundly deaf, but hear better than normal until the last 12 white keys on the piano. Those I can never hear. The 4 before are maybe. This was chemo, cisplatin killed my cricket hearing. Most mosquitos and children, women with high voices, etc.

    I play baritone horn along with my wife in the Plumbing Factory Brass Band in London, Canada.

    🙁 I miss my pal.

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    Sara says:

    Hi John – Can’t say I know of Ian, but I’ll leave your post up so maybe someone else might see it and pass along some info for you. There’s four Ian Frasers from Ottawa on FaceBook…

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