The Eater of Meaning is a tool for extracting the message from the medium. Format and presentation are unaffected, but words and letters are subjected to an elaborate nonsensification progress that eliminates semantics root and branch.
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|It eats the news.||It eats more news!||Who will dare stand against it?|
|It turns on its creator!||It spares no one!||Your blog could be next!|
You can download The Eater of Meaning and run it from the command line or as a CGI. It requires a small set of data files.
TEoM is written in Python. It requires Python 1.5 or greater, and its unit tests require Python 2.1 or greater. It is made available under the GNU General Public License.
This document (source) is part of Crummy, the webspace of Leonard Richardson (contact information). It was last modified on Monday, February 16 2015, 13:19:28 Nowhere Standard Time and last built on Tuesday, July 23 2019, 01:00:02 Nowhere Standard Time.