We might laugh it off, but the humble emoji might well be the key to climbing over language barriers. In fact, a movement exists that looks to enable awareness on this front.
We all do it, but substituting real words for emoji twists the perception that others have of us. Science says so. Knife emoji.
Yesterday, we gingers finally got our own emoji. Which is not cool. The last thing we want is your pithy acceptance, or become a sex symbol you’ve made.
The Emoji’s reign of terror continues, as lawmakers are crippled by the subjective nature of their meaning. Brave new world.
Wow. Abandon all hope ye who enter. Overnight we’ve witnessed the Pope call out Fake News, China banning tattoos and hip-hop and one millennial driving and emoji-ing.
Despite the fact that marriage equality is now legal, one leftie faced social backlash after he removed the rainbow emoji from his social media usernames.
Call it a cautionary tale if you must, but after excessive use of emoji in the workplace, the tedious breakdown in communication caused 100 rifts no emoji could repair. Beware.
The humble emoji is set to be big business, with domain company GoDaddy now registering URLs solely in emoji form. Yes, really.
Morn! What happened while you were asleep? Well a Saudi teen pushed for an emoji that looked like her, the Internet complained, and stem cell research took another step forward.
In celebration of yesterday’s International Day of the Emoji, I ask us to all come together and ban it. For our children will surely judge us.
The art of courtship is dead, and I say bravo. Why chart lurid love letters when the eggplant emoji can get to my point faster?
After hearing that a couple of digital know-alls decided to spend a month not texting, but instead emoji-ing (is that even a thing?), Douglas Ross thought…why?