July 27, 2006
An XML Language for Emotions?
Anonymous Reader writes "The W3C is looking into defining an "Emotion annotation and representation language" usable to code Webpages to indicate appropriate emotions. While intriguing, the project's charter suggests that the practicality of creating an "emotion-enabled" Web remains to be demonstrated. Until they reach an opinion on that point, best hang on to your emoticons. ;- )"