Satire: Recently unearthed e-mail reveals what life was like in 1995 | CNET News.com
But the artifact reveals differences as well. According to Caspari, the find indicates that people from that era spoke a much earlier form of e-mail language alien to our own, employing the full spellings of most words, and lacking the versatility and advanced expression of smiley-face or frowny-face emoticons.
Maggie writes in 1995 style emails. 1 rite in 2006 style.