PETA’s emoji campaign, 2014.
Since 2002, Google don’t allow “gimmicky use of words, numbers, letters, punctuation, or symbols” on AdWords. Which seems to mean text graphics, emoticons and kaomojis. But some slip through for a while anyway. Supposedly.
A few weeks ago, Google started to show emojis in the desktop search results. Now they’re removing them again. Perhaps because people pulled stunts like showing 5 star ratings? Emojispam? Or maybe just because they felt like it.
Either way, hello goodbye to emojigoogle. (btw, seems like AdWords briefly supported emojis in 2011)
Teletype Corporation’s Model 28 line of communications terminals was first delivered to the US Military in 1951, via.