One of the beauties of computing is that it can take your imagination on just the wildest rides.
The latest incarnation of this is Kmail, an e-mail system based on Kromofons. So what is Kromofons? It is an alphabet in which the 26 English letters are represented solely by colors. A Florida doctor named Lee Freedman came up with the alphabet as a teen in the early 1970s. He just needed technology to catch up so he could spread the concept. It finally has.
You can write e-mails that look like rainbows. Check it out here.
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