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stuffcarlsees Working on a new advertisement for a London real estate firm. 1mon

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stuffcarlsees Very excited to be presenting a workshop based on my Masters thesis for Creativity in Teaching Conference in London January 14, 2015. More news to come out in a couple days about another spectacular event I'll be presenting at. Oh it's a stunner! More info here http://cltad-web.arts.ac.uk/latd/2015/sessions/grupe/ 1mon

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stuffcarlsees I always park where I feel my car will be safe from others hitting it with doors, packages etc. I'm that way. on this particular Saturday it was heaving with rain and I still parked like I do. Only one car a few spaces away and one shopping cart in the foreground. As I'm returning I'm watching this guy backing in. Look at all the room to the right. I have a shopping cart and the back end of my car is parked against a fence. Did he move once I approached ? What do you think? 3mon
  •   stuffcarlsees oh to the left of me is a curb the length of the car with grass and flowers and a tree. So that option - unless they make 4wheel drive shopping carts was out. 3mon
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  •   hypercatalecta Well, maybe he liked the company! People are like that. ;-) 2mon

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  •   hypercatalecta Lovely! 3mon
  •   stuffcarlsees @hypercatalecta Ahhhh... a word written over an emoticon placed.... with exclamation yet! 3mon
  •   stuffcarlsees @hypercatalecta I was thinking those days were over. 3mon
  •   hypercatalecta Haha, you'll be disappointed to know I considered as an alternative. But I do try to write complete words, even if it feels repetitive, and I also try to use punctuation. And the good old ASCII emoticon. ;-) 3mon
  •   stuffcarlsees @hypercatalecta I remember it was what a year ago only where comments 'dragged' on for a word or three.... then BOOM there was this paradigm shift to emoticons .... it was an interesting perspective in the slight shifts of user and interface but then I wonder does it go deeper .... 3mon
  •   hypercatalecta @stuffcarlsees I resisted adding the emoji keyboard for a long time, but gave in to temptation eventually. Initially I used it ironically, but that irony is 80% gone... I think for people who's English isn't perfect it's a great way to express admiration without having to bother with a foreign language, and it's also a lot faster than typing words, something you can do quickly as you scroll through the feed. What I think is funny is that people go out of their way to match emoji colors to the image. :) 3mon
  •   zenamed @hypercatalecta I strongly agree with you specially about foreign language.Portuguese is my home language as I joke.I can write goid english and french.italian can be spoken&understood but I'm afraid to write. 3mon

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