Backed: revisiting the designer of the original emoji Paid Members Public
Emoji have rapidly become part of modern life and communication. But how much do you know about their origin, designer - and the very first set?
A plural of emoji - linguistically speaking Paid Members Public
The linguistics behind a plural form of “emoji” [http://www.theatlantic.com/notes/2016/01/japanese-and-the-trouble-with-pluralizing-emoji/422967/] This is a fascinating account of count and non-count nouns – and how they’re assimilated into English: > An example is “water,” which has no plural form. To count water, you must refer to