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It's a Blog Explosion!
Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Some time ago, I stopped trying to enumerate First Draft's sentences because no matter what, I kept encountering values that were too big to sensibly express. But that was before I added so many different content modules. Now, I can offer a glimpse into that number per module. Well, that is, with the Blog Post Generator...

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What Can *You* 'Write' with a Pack of Ramen Noodles?
Monday, January 23, 2017

One of the things that makes Ramen Noodles so appealing is their own simplicity. They're so simple, in fact, they open up opportunities to cook up something really inventive and masterful. Yet some people look at them and see nothing more than a bunch of hard, edible strings. They don't see past the flour, water, and salt.

That's a mistake.

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Preserving the "Art" of Writing
Monday, January 9, 2017

For most of us, writing comes natural. We learn how it's done from the moment we're old enough to sit at a desk and trace letters with a big red pencil. And it's pretty much just a written version of the language that we speak everyday. Somewhere along the line, however, we tend to lose that natural ability. And what was once a "fun" or "easy" school lesson turns into sheer dread the minute we're asked to arrange those letters into something original -- something substantial -- substantial meaningful.

Reasons vary and are honestly too expansive to address here. But whatever happens between that time, it's enough to encourage some people to disregard it altogether. As a result, writing skills decline. They decline so much that the "art" of writing is on it's way to becoming a "lost" art. And what's really unfortunate is that with today's technology, there really haven't been any efforts to preserve it.

Well, that is, except for First Draft.

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Train First Draft to Write Like You (Updated)
Tuesday, December 6, 2016

One of the main goals of First Draft is to quicken the writing process with quality pre-written drafts. All of its generated material is built with Standard English, proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling. As a result, its output sports a style that appeals to the masses. But while that style may be appropriate for most types of writing, it may not accurately reflect the style of every user. Some writers, for example, prefer to write in a vernacular style or a style that requires industry-specific jargon that isn't included in the software.

Fortunately, First Draft provides over ten different ways to customize and personalize its content's default style so that it emulates the personal writing style of its users. Here's what will train First Draft to "write" the way that you do.

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Automation vs. Artificial Intelligence: Know the Difference and Don't be Fooled
Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Automation vs. Artificial Intelligence: Know the Difference and Don't be Fooled

As artificial intelligence makes its way into various fields of computing, we find ourselves subjected to a wide-open field of possibilities. And while pimply teens salivate over the idea of Terminator robots reproducing themselves and demanding changes to the Constitution, companies, if they're not inventing them, continue to search for ways to profit from it.

But because artificial intelligence remains an incomplete and unrefined approach to computer-based problem solving, it's not only easily misinterpreted, it's also easily abused. So much so, that since the latter part of 2015, I've encountered more than a few instances in which something was incorrectly labeled "AI" seemingly for the sake of media attention or sales. Here, I want to help clarify the difference so that you aren't duped into paying for a function or feature that doesn't exist.

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