King James Programming
– "posts generated by a Markov chain trained on the King James Bible and Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
"what would i say?" automatically generates Facebook posts that sound like you! Technically speaking, it trains a Markov Bot based on mixture model of bigram and unigram probabilities derived from your past post history. Don't worry, we don't store any of your personal information anywhere. In fact, we don't even have a database! All computations are done client side, so only your browser ever sees your post history.
The results are often hilarious (and sometimes nonsensical) -- it all depends on what you've written on Facebook.
Your Swimsuit Jumped Over Its Own Weathercock, You Liar!
is "A (questionably) ero visual novel whose text is entirely driven by Markov chains, with the exception of a few strategically-placed ellipses" by Amy Robertsdirect Windows/Mac/Linux download (via RockPaperShotgun/FreeIndieGam.es)
NSFW for pixelated nudity.
Yes, That Can Be My Next Tweet
creates random Tweets for you based on your previous ones. MarkovFilter in 140 characters.
Realise your life-long desire and interview Sarah Palin
a markov-your-own-adventure by metajack