Inside #EndangeredEmoji: How WWF Uses Animal Emojis to Save Their Real-Life Counterparts

For most of us, not a day goes by without using an emoticon in text messages, Tweets or emails. The use of these tiny emoticons isn’t limited to a single country or language, and in 2014, one of them even received the title of being the most frequently used “word” of the year. That’s why this year, one organisation harnessed the universal appeal of emoji to raise awareness for ...Read the full article


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    dailymail.co.uk - 24 readers, 327 Tweets - The top word of 2014 was not actually a word at all, but instead an emoji in the shape of a heart which means love. The list has been compiled by the Global Language Monitor in Austin, Texas.