How many times do you bookmark a great article you come across online that you plan to read later but never do because you just don't have time right now? Or ever. And so it disappears into the abyss of...
Welcome to a new frontier of national identity: A company has just released the world's first study on global emoji use by country – and the results are splendid. You'd be amazed at the dark side of our text game
Yesterday we were blessed with the Canadian flag's inclusion in Apple's latest emoji keyboard pack – its omission heretofore a quarrelsome issue for Canucks from coast to coast. Let's take it one step further. Today we want to know: which pixels of our culture would you want to see in an entire set of emojis all about Canada?
We know you’ve been wondering about this for a while now, so it gives us great pleasure to finally confirm your suspicions: people who use more emoticons tend to have more sex than their less artistically expressive counterparts. Yes, someone actually did this study
It seems we all have a love/hate relationship with the text message these days. The hate usually centres on expectations. But the text message isn’t what it used to be and should be treated along the lines of an email