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Who says Gizmodo doesn't appeal to women? According to the Gender Genie, a website/parlor game that claims to be able to tell the gender of the writer of any text you paste into its interface, we write like a bunch of girls. Well, most of us. Apparently, Travis, Lam and I (Charlie) are the only Gizmodians with any balls! Here's the breakdown:

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Travis Hudson, text from this post:
Female Score: 82
Male Score: 284

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Brian Lam, text from this post:
Female Score: 82
Male Score: 148

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Charlie White, text from this post:
Female Score: 69
Male Score: 133

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Noah Robischon, text from this post:
Female Score: 145
Male Score: 150

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Jason Chen, text from this post:
Female Score: 185
Male Score: 130

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Mark Wilson, text from this post:
Female Score: 155
Male Score: 109

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Louis Ramirez, text from this post:
Female Score: 315
Male Score: 152

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Adam Frucci, text from this post:
Female Score: 389
Male Score: 65

My esteemed colleagues have called for a recount, because of course very few of our posts are the full 500-word length recommended by the Gender Genie. But still, do we write like girlie men? We'll have to start reading more Hemingway.

The Gender Genie [Bookblog]