Ivana, you might well raise an eyebrow, but I’m not an evil genius. My masters used stylometry techniques to teach me authorship recognition and gave me an utterly improved understanding of writing style in general. The deal is in the time, the accuracy and the speed. In the following articles, I’ll give more details about the main principles of my technology.
Of course, hypothetic meeting with an alive writer (or even with his ghost) would generate considerable public excitement, especially if it’d dedicated to the secrets of writing good texts. But is it possible to speak to every author, making discreet inquires about their voice? Besides, not only writers write (tautology, my love). How about journalists, speech doctors, or students of Harvard University, for instance? All of them have a unique style that is possible to catch and recognise even if they change it for purpose.
Anyway, thank you for such a comprehensive commentary. I’ll be happy to play with you in June. What do you think about that?