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  2. Apr 2022
    1. The Task Force. (2021, July 19). More incredible support for the @VaccineEmoji today! Thanks to Dr. Faust, Dr. Cleavon, and hundreds of other people who have shared our posts💪🩹 This can happen if we keep pushing it! Pass this amazing emoji along 🤝 https://t.co/6qmhoooUWp [Tweet]. @TFGH. https://twitter.com/TFGH/status/1417157259440926730

  3. Mar 2022
    1. Semasiography is a system of conventional symbols— iconic, abstract—that carry information, though not in any specific language. The bond between sign and sound is variable, loose, unbound by precise rules. It’s a nonphonetic system (in the most technical, glottographic sense). Think about mathematical formulas, or music notes, or the buttons on your washing machine: these are all semasiographic systems. We understand them thanks to the conventions that regulate the way we interpret their meaning, but we can read them in any language. They are metalinguistic systems, in sum, not phonetic systems.

      Semasiography are iconic and abstract symbols and languages not based on spoken words, but which carry information.

      Mathematical formulas, musical notation, computer icons, emoji, buttons on washing machines, and quipu are considered semasiographic systems which communicate information without speech as an intermediary.

      semasiography from - Greek: σημασία (semasia) "signification, meaning" - Greek: γραφία (graphia) "writing") is "writing with signs"

  4. Jan 2022
    1. The popularity of social media has led to user comfort with easily signaling basic reactions to an author's posting, such as with a 'thumbs up' or 'smiley' graphic. This specification permits a similar facility for Internet Mail.
      To: author@example.com
      From: recipient@example.org
      Date: Today, 29 February 2021 00:00:10 -800
      Message-ID: 56789@example.org
      In-Reply-To: 12345@example.com
      Subject: Meeting
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  5. Jun 2021
  6. Apr 2021
    1. Don’t replace words with emojis One thing you definitely don’t want to do is have your emojis get in the way of people being able to comprehend your subject lines. Emojis should be a complement to the words in your subject lines – they should never replace words themselves. It’s when people leave out words, right?
  7. Feb 2021
    1. Recent Articles and Posts

      This is the first time I've seen a researcher have a mini CV with research papers that included emoji just for fun in their list.

  8. Jan 2021
  9. Nov 2020
    1. The same emoji will not look the same across every device. Each operating system has its own design language. For example, take a look at how the smiley face renders across various platforms:<img src="https://www.smartrmail.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/image15.png" alt="smiley face across different mobile devices" class="wp-image-5429"/>The differences are subtle, but for some emojis the differences are much more pronounced. The t-shirt for instance completely changes color.<img src="https://www.smartrmail.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/image6.png" alt="how t-shirt renders across different mobile devices" class="wp-image-5430"/>So one subject line you definitely don’t want to send your email with is “Flash Sale on Blue T-Shirts ”
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  13. May 2020
    1. Jennifer 8. Lee @XOXO: when I was in college all my classmates were all dreaming of a New York Times wedding announcement, and I was dreaming of a New York Times obituary you can join the Unicode Consortium as a non-voting member for $75 Emoji is OK at nouns, emotions and active verbs, but it has no notion of I or You in 2015 there were only 4 roles women could play on the emoji keyboard - Princess, Bride, Dancer or Playboy Bunny I have a female friend who is also a CEO who says "I can't see the point of being a mom - it doesn't scale" children now talk with emoji before they use words - it is a pidgin now, but they will make it a creole people pushing back on emoji that represent others is a failure of theory of mind
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  17. Mar 2017
    1. 🤔🖊 😢✒️ 😡🖍 😆 📝  📚 📚📚  🔏

      Needs more emoji

  18. Dec 2016
  19. Nov 2015
    1. Strong arguments for abandoning icon fonts in favor of SVG icons, with plenty of links to supporting material.<br> Tyler Sticka

      Font Awesome is an SVG and CSS icon library designed for Bootstrap.

  20. Sep 2015