When you write your Facebook status, how much thought do you put into it? Do you care about your grammar, do you use the same phrases and words over and over again?
The new "What Would I Say?" tool takes all of that into account when it predicts your next Facebook status. Okay, well, sort of. "What Would I Say?" was developed this past weekend during the hacker conference HackPrinceton 2013 at Princeton University. A group of seven hackers created the tool to (once a user signs in using their Facebook account) scan a user's past Facebook statuses, and take bits and pieces from a collection of them to create a brand new status. Take these instant classics for instance, from yours truly:
"This was just for fun," says Ugne Klibaite, one of the app's creators. "We drank a lot of coffee and Red Bull and thought of fun things we could program that we could actually complete in a day and a half. We never thought we would get further than showing this off at the Hackathon and to our friends on Facebook."
Take a peak into the future here.