YouTuber Tom Scott won’t have any problems reacting to anything on social media with his emoji keyboard. That’s 14 individual keyboards synced together with over 1,000 keys bound to emojis.
Dr. Owen Churches of Flinders University in Australia has learned that we are now reacting to emoticons in the same way that we would to a human face. In a study published in the Social Neuroscience Journal, it was found that when presented with images of humans, random strings of characters, and emoticons,…
Sometimes limitations lead to good things. Sometimes we're at our most expressive when we have to choose our words most carefully. Sometimes it's a good idea to review games using only emojis.