2016年10月28日 星期五

emoji, "emoldjis", favicon

半百老人用的 emojis
BBC England
"I need something that shows pain because my back hurts, my knees hurt and I need emojis with glasses" Grandmother Diane Hill designs "emoldjis" to reflect her needs 👴👵


Diane Hill, from Coventry, felt that existing smiling, sleepy and sad faces did not represent the lives and likes of older people.
The 56-year-old compiled her own "emoldjis" for the over 50s.
An artist sketched her ideas which were sent to off to the Unicode Consortium which regulates emoji updates.

University of Chicago Magazine translated 10 UChicago course titles into emoji—can you guess which is which? ‪#‎WorldEmojiDay‬

Do you speak emoji?
MAG.UCHICAGO.EDU


Google funks up its favicon


Google has decided to get with the times and refresh its well-worn favicon.
Marissa Mayer wrote on Google's blog that the favicon - the small icon that appears in browsers next to the URL, or in lists of bookmark - has been changed to better suit new web gadgets


favicon (short for 'favorites icon'), also known as a website icon, a page icon or an urlicon, is an icon associated with a particular website or webpage.


Wikipedia article "Favicon"

The mind set to raise the energy in a boring atmosphere.
Person 1: This party is so lame bro.
Person 2: Don't worry bro when i get there I'm gonna Funk It Up.



emoji 

Pronunciation: /ɪˈməʊdʒi/ 



NOUN (plural same or emojis)

A small digital image or icon used to express an idea or emotion in electronic communication:emoji liven up your text messages with tiny smiley faces


Origin

1990s: Japanese, from e 'picture' + moji 'letter, character'.

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