A new language of visual digital messaging evolves


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#2

Didn't read the article. Animated 'screens' showing the progression of the chats was far too distracting. Is it really necessary to Animate the chat to show that things happen sequentially? Uggh.


#3

Hehe. Back from Japan and barely survived (for reals-gods bless my Fukushima family RIP)
。・゜・(ノД`)・゜・。
'LINE' ain't the only one but it's def. part of our evolution now. Beats cave painting for it's immediacy, ne?

There's a social app idea:
--A digital cave wall for your tribe that u can graffiti on or social message with images, but a big one the whole 'tribe' can use.


#4

Testing friends from Taiwan make me feel like an old man when often they are older than me.


#5

I personally hate these stupid things. Unless it's a series of found pictures, which makes it more spontaneous and unpredictable.

The only exception is a friend who used to sneak them into messages in a clever way... The only one that comes to mind is that he used to say "ari- cake " for arigato (ari-gateau).


#6

Shadowrun always told us the future would be illiterate.


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I'll phrase my get-off-my-lawn like this:

This idea will be rubbish as long it remains impossible to instantaneously browse an infinite number of pictures.


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