This is really fascinating work. It reminds me of old systems from the 80s/early-90s where the font was hard-coded in your graphics system. So if it drew a bad “l” that looked like a “1” your only realistic option was to get a different computer!
Originally shared by Todd Underwood
Interesting work. Surely the lesson here is that emoji are sloppy, imprecise, lazy ways to communicate and if you rely on them you get what you deserve.
Also, get off my lawn. 😀