Today is the 30th anniversary of the Emoticon. What is an emoticon you ask? Well its something that we all use in our text messages, instant messages, and many other devices just to people how we are feeling. It has become something that makes things easier in our lives to express emotion. Sometimes, individuals will even use these symbols in their own professional writings to give it more (I guess) meaning. So today, we take a moment to thank Scott E. Fahlman of Carnegie Melon University for coming up with the idea and spreading the idea to so many of us. So for all of you who forgot your emoticon emotions, click the link below and see which ones represent you the best.
Blog by Brad Richardson. Here are some comments and thoughts about everyday observations and events that are going on in the world. Music will alternate every month, this will not be the same theme throughout my blog, unless I find one that I like and it suits well.