One of my colleagues posted an emoticon image on the Dreamstime Facebook wall a couple of days ago. When I saw it, I started thinking about emoticons and what is so special about them. We all know that as most conversations have migrated on online platforms, we need to find means of compensating for the non-verbal language. Much of a conversation relies on what is not being said rather than what is actually said. One emoticon can sometimes tell you everything you need to know or change completely... continue reading
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I am pretty sure that some of you have experiences about London and UK. Well, London is not a unique, you probably say - everyone can visit it in a weekend, see Big Ben, check St. Paul's Cathedral and take a ride in Millenium Wheel. That's what I tought also, but fortunately I could see some other aspects of London two years ago.Please, let me give you some tips for City (I skipped popular tips those can be found in any travel books), and found my wish-list below, too. :D(I know pictures are... continue reading
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