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That Emoji Does Not Mean What You Think It Means

That Emoji Does Not Mean What You Think It Means By now you probably know that the emoji you send on an iPhone might not be the emoji that is received on a Nexus.The most widely misinterpreted is the “grinning face with smiling eyes” emoji, which—depending on the platform—can range from the rosy-cheeked cherubic face of glee to the anguished clenched-teeth look of constipation.

New in-ear device could be the beginning of a world without language barriers

New in-ear device could be the beginning of a world without language barriers Now, a new device called Pilot could make that dream (mostly) a reality.We’ve got speech recognition, and we’ve got translation, and we’ve even got both of those things in real-time in some very specific cases, but a portable, near-real-time translation device that moves with you?

Microsoft releases Text Analytics API for multiple languages

The set of tools has been used by numerous Microsoft customers to improve the customer experience by better understanding customer feedback.Sentiment analysis can now be performed in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese, and key phrases can be extracted from text in English, Spanish, German and Japanese.

People who swear more may be more honest? Get the F*ck out of here

People who swear more may be more honest? Get the F*ck out of here If you’re one of those people who can’t stop swearing, I have some great f*cking news and some bad f*cking news.The good news first: A study published online in Social Psychological and Personality Science suggests that people who swear more may be more honest, or may be perceived as being more honest.

Unique German words will help you express yourself like a boss

Unique German words will help you express yourself like a boss Ever been caught out in a situation you have no idea how you're going to explain?Or maybe you've longed for something that you know is just that little bit out of reach?

OP enrolls in Research class.

OP enrolls in Research class. I Anonymous ()2/ OWW T( Tue) [Reply].ebs meZuniHive in a country where english is a secondary languagereasearch classSC) i need to ace thismats formed in groupsreach group works en a certain topictreacher gives us group workewe split the work equallybi volunteered to be the editor ofthe groupwe home and finish my part alter proofreading it and checking fergrammatical errorsbi receive mysail ofthem submittedofthem even hat out submitted a whole article straight out ofthe first google results page without anychanges done to itbi pm them and to revise itedits ofthem submitted a revised work with no improvements whatsoevertthe guy who "submitted" the plagiarized article wont respondtthe rest dida/ t submit a revision at allappend the whole night doing their part with few identifications to their original workenext day we submitted itewe were commended bythe professoroak "our" workegoogle article asshole was showing off eur grade to other groupsI want to fucking die.

Writer-turned-politician amuses a nation in his quest to coin the world's shortest pangram

Writer-turned-politician amuses a nation in his quest to coin the world's shortest pangram Shashi Tharoor has a way with words.Be it the Oxford Union debate or his non-fiction prose, the former UN official and member of India's parliament can certainly stimulate and provoke with words.