A "love poetry generator" developed for the world's first computer has been recreated on the internet.
Back in 1952 a team of scientists was desperate to test the capabilities of Mark One `Baby`, the computer built at Manchester University.
One of them, Christopher Strachey, devised a quirky software programme by entering hundreds of romantic verbs and nouns into the new machine.
He then sat back as Mark One `Baby` trawled the literary database to create a stream of light-hearted verse.
Try it out here.
Identical twins share the same DNA but have different fingerprints.
And yes, you can buy a book of poems, but you're paying for the paper, glue, and ink. The words are free. I believe the words are free, or should be.