Latest Internet slang Stories

2012-10-22 04:02:41

Lmao Stuffs Inc. is an online company located in the state of California. This company promotes their website with a slogan “just another LOL site” that means that they are engaged in pure entertainment and fun. Their company opened its website that will accept photos with humorous images, animals and icons. The website is offered to all people from various parts of the world who love to collect, share and view the pictures that can really make people laugh and have a good time....

Women, Texting And Emoticons
2012-10-11 16:01:08

Brett Smith for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online If you asked someone in the late nineties what a ℠winky smile´ was, you might get a quizzical look in return. But that emoticon, ;), along with many others, have slowly made their way into common parlance and almost become a secondary form of punctuation for texters, tweeters, and emailers. A team of behavioral scientists from Rice University and the Georgia Institute of Technology decided to investigate how people...

Hackathon Organizers Seeks Hackers For Tropical Island Event
2012-07-30 06:00:33

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online Are you a computer hacker looking to ply your skills on an unnamed tropical island paradise? If so, the organizers of the "Come Hack With Us" hackathon are looking for you! According to the event's official website, participants will be treated to two months of "pure hacking" at a "remote tropical island" while living alongside "12 geniuses" in a "luxurious villa." They promise to "take care of the roof over your head, the food...

OMG! LOL! Texting Affects Tween Grammar
2012-07-27 10:43:28

Connie K. Ho for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Laugh out loud (LOL). Be right back (BRB).  Talk to you later (TTYL). These are just a few of the short acronyms that are seen in texts. Texting has become one of the go-to-ways for communication, especially for tweens who are equipped with cell phones. Researchers from Penn State recently found that, while text messaging allows tweens to send notes to family and friends in a quick and efficient manner, it may lead to a...

2012-07-17 23:00:05

Joshua Flaum and Weily Apps Launch UrFace, an Application that Replaces Popular Emoticons with Images of Users Face. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 17, 2012 Joshua Flaum and Weily Apps, a leader in the development of fun, mobile apps, has announced the launch of the emoticon application UrFace. Users will now have the ability to replace popular emoticons with images of their own face; creating a fun and customized messaging experience. Until recently, expressing ones range of emotions...

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