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Posts tagged with Text

Taco Bell is making great use of the taco emoji it lobbied for

In June, the Unicode Consortium added a taco emoji to the Unicode 8.0 standard, and last month, it became available to iOS users when Apple released iOS 9.1.

The debut of the taco emoji was a notable event not just for Mexican food lovers, but for Taco Bell, one of the largest Mexican food chains in the United States.

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toolkit

The SME content creation toolkit for images, video and text

I've kept this list simple and it's a fairly accurate idea of what I use day-to-day.

I didn't use any of these tools when I started working on the Econsultancy blog. I'm still not an advanced content creator but I do have some small tricks up my sleeve.

Take a look at this list of tools to aid you in your image, video and text travails.

Enjoy!

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cuddling devices

Smartphones, tablets or TV: How do we consume media in 2014?

How do we consume media in 2014? And what media? And on which devices?

Ofcom released The Communications Market Report in August 2014 and it's chock full of interesting data and charts on the UK market.

I've previously looked at mobile and tablet usage. Now I'm turning by attention to the broader topic of media uptake, in its various forms.

For more statistical goodness, download our Internet Statistics Compendium...

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10 sketchy text formatting tips for Twitter and Facebook

Ever wanted to use bold or italics in a tweet? Or a strikethrough, in a Facebook update? Or to use a special character of some kind? Well here’s your chance… 

It’s Friday, so I thought I’d cobble together a throwaway post based around the different text styles you can use on Twitter. Click on an image to go to the appropriate text rendering tool. 

Apologies if this leads to a spate of nonsensical, illegible tweets. 

Unicode… so much to answer for.

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