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RE: CSS3 Smell and Taste...?

From: <Michael.Orr@Design-Intelligence.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 12:53:42 -0700
Message-ID: <4454C011BDE5D211B6C800609776E5402687E6@master.design-intelligence.com>
To: Daniel.Glazman@der.edf.fr, kjetil.kjernsmo@astro.uio.no
Cc: www-style@w3.org, rstevahn@boi.hp.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Daniel.Glazman@der.edfgdf.fr 
> To: kjetil.kjernsmo@astro.uio.no
> Subject: Re: CSS3 Smell and Taste...?
> > I had a weird idea the other day (well, night).
> > (snip)
> > ...how about smell and taste? 
> > (snip)
> Hi Kjetil ! Robert Stevahn (CSS+FP WG member already had the same
> idea. I have to tell you that the date the proposal(OCSS : Olfactory
> Cascading Style Sheets) came to the light was the 1st of April.

There's at least one company that would be interested on a completely
serious basis: digiscents (no affiliation). Check out

DigiScents, an interactive media company, is pioneering a new industry and
art form through the digitization and broadcast of smell. DigiScents'
technology will enable consumers to enjoy more lifelike and memorable
experiences with scented web sites, e-mail, movies, music, e-commerce,
interactive games, and online advertising. 

I personally can't figure out whether to take this seriously or not, but the
CEO was a co-founder of Pangea and the management team listed on the site
looks pretty interesting. 

Received on Tuesday, 26 October 1999 15:53:16 UTC

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