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Emoji? What are they?
“Emoji” is a Japanese term meaning “picture character.” It’s a standard for showing smileys and other little symbols inside text. But unlike traditional smileys that are made up of a sequence of letters like
:), every emoji has its own letter.
🌷 🌹 🌺 🌻 🌼
Emoji blossomed on smartphones, where quickly picking out an emoji is often faster than typing out a long sentence.
Today we’re rolling out hundreds and hundreds of emoji across WordPress.com — 872 to be exact.
Do they look familiar? That’s because Twitter has graciously decided to open-source their entire set, allowing anyone to use them. We’re already busy preparing to add these to Jetpack, so WordPress.org users can join in the fun too.
Before today, emoji you inserted into your posts on the go wouldn’t always show properly for all your visitors. While the nice little bunny…
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And this is the truth:
I wake up everyday,
and I do not
or the aching in my stomach,
or the beautiful creature
sitting next to my bed
whining for me
to let her out
I wake up every morning
“Will he still love me
I’ll sink my head
back into my pillow,
refusing to get up
and greet the sun.
the only certainty I have
is that when the evening comes,
still be loving
We break it.
We break love when we try to touch it.
You learn a lot about love when you lose it, when you break it.
I learned that we’ll beg God or the universe or whatever we believe in that makes us feel like we have a purpose to just let us start over.
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Where there is no imagination there is no horror. – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
“Scary Movies” is the name of my one year ago today column, but it’s about the interaction between porn and escorting; I did do a short piece on vampire sex workers as part of October Miscellanea, but since I really love horror movies, I think we’re long overdue for a discussion of them. Before we start I should mention that slasher flicks aren’t horror; yes, I know that video stores stock them with horror and movie companies often stamp “horror” on the boxes, but that’s about as valid an argument as “the sex offender registry is not a criminal penalty because it is housed in an administrative agency, not in a court office or in an agency charged with carrying out punishment.” Slashers are actually more closely related to porn than horror…
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