The rise of the emoji is an interesting phenomenon in our tech-savy world. Our earliest ancestors utilized pictographs and ideograms to represent physical items and ideas. However, as the alphabet system evolved and spread through the cultures of the world, our system of naming and signifying objects became enhanced and more complicated. Over the past 25 years, however, more and more people started to turn to the modern hieroglyphic, the emoji, to express their ideas.
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