PDA Download | Emoticon Reference Guide

Brent Sheets


Download our "Emoticon Reference Guide" for your Palm or Pocket PC device

On the Internet in e-mail, chatting, and text messaging, an emoticon (sometimes referred to by the name of the original emoticon, the smiley) is a short sequence of keyboard letters and symbols, usually emulating a facial expression, expressing a feeling that supplements the message. For your convenience, we've created a handy reference that you can download to your Palm OS or Pocket PC device.

If you have Palm Reader installed,

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download our Emoticon Reference Guide for your PDA and you're all set. At a lightweight 3k, this PDA document contains over 50 emoticon meanings, plus the meanings for Japanese emoticons. Now you can have these emoticon definitions close at hand and quickly learn to understand and converse in this popular smiley lingo.

If you don't have Palm Reader pre-installed on your device, no problem, it's a free PDA application. Use it to read eBooks or reference material on your Palm OS or Pocket PC device. Download Palm Reader here.

If you prefer an online or paper copy instead of this PDA version, visit our online version here to view or print out. And be sure to browse our other Free PDA Downloads.

Let me know what other reference guides you'd like us to offer as PDA downloads. Take a moment to drop me an e-mail; we love hearing from our readers.

-Brent Sheets, Editor



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