Lettuce Catsup on the ‘Great Burger Debate’ of 2017

It all started innocently enough, when Twitter user and author Thomas Baekdal noticed inconsistencies in the way that Apple and Google constructed their cheeseburger emojis. He casually posed the question in a tweet that quickly got out of control. Posting both emojis, Baekdal went right to the heart of the matter by tweeting “I think we …

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New and Improved Skype is Rolling Out to Desktops Today

Earlier this year, Skype launched a new version of its mobile app, adding options to share media and react to conversations via emoji, likening it to less archaic communication services such as Messenger, Snapchat and Slack. After months of receiving feedback from mobile users, Skype is now ready to roll out a slightly different version …

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Despite its Best Efforts, Twitter Isn’t Liked By Many Americans

In fact, surveys show that as many as one third of America wouldn’t care (or even notice, for that matter), if Twitter was no more. Which, unfortunately, may very well be in the flailing social media’s near future. I’ve recently written about Twitter’s attempts at redemption – some laughable, some that actually made sense, and …

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