Did you know that there is a browser based Facebook Messenger? Yes, the website that is dedicated for communication only. It is simple and clear. It is great if you solely want to chat with your friends without entering Facebook itself (which can swallow you like a black hole). Facebook Browser Messenger Go to Messenger.com and login. 🙂… Read More »
Few useful chat commands for Skype users – how to sign out from all possible devices and how to check the devices you are currently logged in. Remotely log out Skype account with /remotelogout If you left your Skype account logged in on a public computer or your kid is playing your tablet or you simply suspect that… Read More »
Google Chrome address bar calculator is an old Google Chrome feature, but for many people (including me) this will be a discovery. Google Chrome address bar calculator Just type your calculations into google address bar and google will instantly provide you a correct answer. 🙂 Address bar understands even Sin and Cos formulas!
Do not forget to update your Skype. This time the reason is the Inside Out movie themed emoticons. They are seen in main Skype program window. Use them often. 😋 Last time Captain America emoticons lasted for about half a year only.
Good news – there are new hidden Skype emoticons (or I just found them only now) 😉. All of them are cute and masterfully animated. Try these: (stop), (whatsgoingon), (confidential) and few more. I will update my famous Hidden Skype Emoticons page. I will try not to be a (snail)
Hi Guys , I love ASCII art 😍 and want to create separate page dedicated for ASCII miniatures. Problem is that ASCII art dimensions can be infinite, so I will focus on One Line ASCII Art. If you have your favorite ASCII arts – pls share in comments. (✿ ♥‿♥)
Time writes about a politician who used ASCII one line emoticon “shruggie” to express the Republican healthcare plan. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Well, I think it is a honest statement at least. 🙂 Via Time
Yahoo reports on coming Emoji update. 38 new emoji will appear in 2016. Yahoo
My Lync communicator has updated itself into Skype for Business. Woohoo! Of course, first thing to do is to check emoticons. 🙂 It seems that there are no hidden emoticons in Skype for Business. At least, usual hidden Skype emoticons do not work here. And vice versa.