Hi all! I still get a lot of requests from people, asking me if they can use my emoticons on their forums, websites and what not. I think that is a great thing and all those people don't just 'steal' them. And although it's amazing that after so much time the emoticons are still liked, I stopped responding to notes and comments a long time ago. :toocool:
Not that I am not willing to respond, but I have better things to do then answer the same question over and over again. I'm not rude, really I'm not ;)
So in short: Yeeess! Please use as many emoticons as you want for your websites, forums, blogs, wallpapers, tattoo's or what ever use you c
As you all noticed, I'm not really active anymore on DA. I'm busy with other things, and I also lost my interest in DA. I had a great time ... and maybe i'll be fully back one day. I don't know.
Untill then, goodbye :)
If you are an Internet user you have most likely encountered the famous smileys or emoticons. These smileys are used worldwide, but how did they come into the world? Were they born or created? In this news item you will find out when, why and how the smileys came to the internet.
Smileys, Born or created:
The smileys were not born at all but were created about twenty-one years ago by Scott Fahlman. Scott was a member of an online bulletin board, for the Computer Science community at Carnegie Mellon. Back in those days computers couldn't attach pictures at all, so they were forced to use only text. Scott made a joke in a reply, but one user