Apparently, I write like Asimov.
I write like
I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!
The statement I used, which was from a technical discussion I was having with some colleagues some weeks or months ago, was thus:
A message is a co-construction — a co-production — between sender and receiver. The message is not what I said, but it’s what I said plus what you understand from what I said.
Update: And the site thinks that the statement beginning, “The statement I used…” was written like Arthur C. Clarke. Though I always thought I wrote rather like myself.