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"Standardizing human expression through XML. ... With HumanMarkup, we can finally explicitly annotate and represent the relevant information within a communications session, including emotions, intentions, motivations and allusions. Further, we can use XSLT transformations to represent the various embedded human qualities within a document. For example, a speech containing anger may be represented in a larger font or louder voice. Emails that are meant to be taken seriously could be displayed in bolder text than emails that are meant to be taken lightly could be displayed in lighter text. The embedded emotional content within a message could be aurally or visually represented when a mouse rolls over the words. Finally, the embedded cultural context within a text could explicitly represent the mindset and associations of the communicator." So close and yet so, so, so very far away...

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Brian Aker : myperl ←  → The dict-ified word of the day is vertiginous