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Tag: Smileys

Harvard Researchers Make Smileys with DNA

Harvard Researchers Make Smileys with DNA
Scientists from Harvard University have been able to coax DNA into assembling themselves into numbers, letters, symbols, Chinese characters, and even emoticons such as the ubiquitous smiley. These tiny strands of DNA measure billionths of a meter long and represent the next stage in “DNA origami.”

Emoticons: Get Off of My Screen and Onto My Shirt

Emoticons: Get Off of My Screen and Onto My Shirt
Cheesy emoticons — they’re not just for your IM client anymore. Thanks to ClixWear, you can plaster semi-colon smileys and less-than-threes on your chest (and regions beyond). Emoticons are designed to help add context and tone to text-based conversations (because it’s important to distinguish between a joke and a dig), but all the winking on these shirts begs the question of whether the pithy little labels are meant seriously or sarcastically.

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