Just a lighthearted April Fools, and that's it. Sorry if it made anyone upset.
Sent from my bathroom Attachment: poo.sm > On Apr 1, 2016, at 11:14 AM, Delfi Ramirez <del...@segonquart.net> wrote: > > Garrett et al: > > I really appreciate your delicate sense of humour. Not sure if all the > people in the list does the same. > > We all know a computer-- opossite to we human beings - is unable to > interpret correctly, unconciently, the information pheromones and smells > have. I am speaking now like that old student of Biology Sciences who is not > anymore. > > But you have hit the nail with your delicate sense of humour. Really. > > Kind regards > > --- > Delfi Ramirez > My digital signature > > +34 633 589231 > del...@segonquart.net > twitter: delfinramirez > IRC: segonquart Skype: segonquart > http://segonquart.net > http://delfiramirez.info > > >> On 2016-04-01 18:09, Garrett Smith wrote: >> >> There has been good progress in HTML5 for <video> and <audio>. >> >> But the <smell> tag has been missing — why? >> >> Well no longer, now thanks to a new game-changing proposal: >> <smell autoplay value="cocoa.sm"> >> >> But it occurred to me: This could be huge paradigm shift in towards Internet >> Odorous Things. >> >> boolean `navigator.isSmellEnabled` >> >> Thank you, >> -- >> Garrett >> Guitar Videos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY_uK9hur86KEuiG8s7yvWw >> @xkit