You don’t need a weatherman to tell you which way the wind blows, as Dylan said, and you don’t need Moodscope to tell you how you’re feeling.
God (or Google) only knows where I found this web app, which purports to take your daily emotional temperature and help you sort things out by sharing it with your friends.
Now usually I like anything psychological, especially if it involves cards. Give me a Myers Briggs test and I’m in pig heaven. Online tarot is one of my favorite indulgences. But the difference between either Myers Briggs or tarot and Moodscope is that they don’t ask you directly, are you nervous? Are you enthusiastic? Instead, they ask something indirect and specific: Myer Briggs: Do you feel involved when watching TV soaps? Or, in the case of tarot, here’s a picture from the collective unconscious, with rainbows and parents watching their children dancing, or a person lying on the floor with 10 swords in their back. Now how does that make you feel?