May 23, 2010


Filed under: Uncategorized — Bill Maya @ 12:13 pm

“As texting evolves into its own language, a Northern Colorado Business Review article covers an ambitious project to develop a new symbol-based language called iConji for mobile texting and online chatting. ‘iConji is a set of user-created 32×32-pixel symbols that represent words or ideas, not dissimilar from ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics or American Sign Language.’ There is an instructional video for the iPhone app and it is also integrated into Facebook.” – Slashdot


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  1. Concordo: viaggiare in periodi poco “turistici” ha un qualcosa di magico! Peccato per il lago di Como, peru00f2…! Click

    Comment by freemanhahn99856 — April 10, 2016 @ 12:39 am | Reply

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