Gone Google | Collaborate with the best writers in history, instantly.

Click here to see the entire demo.             |             Click here to do your own.  

Today I would like to tell you about a great new App from Google which focuses on writer collaboration by combining google docs and google search. You simply go to the website linked at the top of this article, and you will find an empty document waiting for you to write. Confused? I was too. Just start writing and we’ll see what happens. But I’ll give you a summary if you’re just too nervous.

Basically you type into this document and as you type google searches using your words and phrases to find similar words and phrases from famous writers from Poe, to Nietzsche. Not sure what to write? That’s okay GoneGoogle will help you start. Let’s wait a second for some suggestions from great writers.

Google really had a lot to change about my blog post. For instance, here is the first paragraph all over again with some help from Edgar Allen Poe, Emily Dickinson, and William Shakespere.

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Thanks for all the helpful comments Google— nectar of the sweetest fruit, its pit impenetrable I really appreciate it but I imagine’ll finish this post on my actual blog.

Honestly it is a bit strange to have Emily Dickinson describe the internet to you. “Go to the website – a sphere of simple green, unbraiding in the sun”. But we can all use a little poetry in our lives every now and then, so I’ll take it. Share your demos in the comments! We’d love to see what you can come up with.

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