The Leporellion / Chapter Five – Working with symbolic dialects and Emojis

Chapter Five

The Leporellion – When the critic is silent, the world must speak in glyphs

Working with the keyboard can be toublesome. In a short message via iPhone or Tweet we would like to transform lots of information through abbrevations or acronyms much as possible. But encoding in a way independently from culture obstacles or coherent verbal form ain’t easy. So the aim is that everyone can understand the origin text. This tableau is a little contribution to work with symbolic dialects, e.g. emojis, particularly with SMS Acronyms that are already known by Smartphone users.

To view the interactive Scalable Vector Graphic (.svg-file 0,21 MB, 1000px x 1000px) click on the tableau to load and open a new Browser window. Then, move the mouse over the glyphs in the morphological tableau to display the meaning. The .svg-file include all relevant metadata for a license, details see below. Download full version here.

The Leporellion / Chapter Five
The Leporellion / Chapter Five

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Autor: en bloc thesis

Jens T. Hinrichs, Journalist, a.D. (außer Dienst) und Selbstverlag (dauerhaft geschlossen). Glaube fest an den Grundsatz “The answer how to question something is whistleblowing. The rest will be killed by free speech.”