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Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Tue, 20 Sep 2022 20:28:29 -0400

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diff --git a/content/garden/arboretum/opinions/miscellaneous.gmi b/content/garden/arboretum/opinions/miscellaneous.gmi @@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ However, I dislike three main aspects of emojis: 2. They are very western and Japanese society centric. The origin of emoji is Japan, and there are a lot of Japanese-specific emoji in there as well as an overabundance of western and white cultural icons and an absence of those of other cultures. -3. A lot of emoji are unnecessary. They should be limited to symbols that help express meaning more clearly, not things like 🗻, 💒, and 🍍. The Unicode Consortium is famous for not adding things like a vacuum cleaner emoji because "that function is represented in the broom emoji" yet also add "➕" for which an identical symbol "+" exists. +3. A lot of emoji are unnecessary. They should be limited to symbols that help express meaning more clearly, not things like 🗻, 💒, and 🍍. The Unicode Consortium is famous for not adding things like a vacuum cleaner emoji because "that function is represented in the broom emoji" (both of which I think shouldn't be in anyways) yet also add "➕" for which an identical symbol "+" exists. ## Leuchtturm1917 Journals