Pentametron Is A Twitter Poet That Gives Bots Some Literary Cred

Pentametron Is A Twitter Poet That Gives Bots Some Literary Cred

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New If you’re reading this post, chances are you use Twitter as a place to chat about, link to, search, debate and debunk the big and little things going on in tech. But as you know (and as Twitter likes to remind us again and again and again) Twitter is also...
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