Keith Broni, Emoji Translator

Keith Broni, Emoji Translator

Thanks to his master's degree in business psychology from University College London, Broni understands the growing importance of emojis to consumer marketing and communications. But they are not without their potential pitfalls.

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6 Responses:

  1. With a name like Broni, I would think he was a My Little Pony whisperer.

  2. Phil says:

    You need a techbros tag.

  3. Karellen says:

    I am pretty sure that someone, somewhere, has been trolled, and that "Keith Broni" is ironically expecting them to have a nice day. I just can't tell whether or not that someone is me.

    (However, my familiarity with the situation of looking round a poker table and being unable to tell who the sucker is, leads me to strongly suspect that I am indeed the trollee.)

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