The Israel21c site found out about a new symbol-based language that that could revolutionize the world of text messaging as we know it.
Here's some quotes we like:
"Have you ever sent a text message on your cell phone, looked at the black and white letters, and wished that there were another way to convey your silly joke or sappy love note? Thanks to the technology of Israeli startup company Zlango, there will be soon."
"According to CEO Yoav Lorch, the colorful and snazzy icon-based language that Zlango's developed could revolutionize the world of text messaging as we know it."
"Zlango is bound to change the way we understand language in a way that has not happened in a long time. The company's name, - standing for lingo, slang and language all at once - actually stems back to a man who had this dream a long time ago. The Z stands for L.L. Zamenhof, a 19th century Jewish philosopher from Poland who invented "Esperanto," the world's first universal language...
Today, Zlango reverberates with Zamenhof's dream of bringing the world together. Perhaps it won't become the new language of political debate, but it certainly has the potential to get the whole world laughing."
Israel21C seeks to inform Americans about 21st century Israel, its people, its institutions and its contributions to global society.
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