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Miscellaneous Symbols

Miscellaneous Symbols
Miscellaneous Symbols is a Unicode block (U+2600–U+26FF) containing glyphs representing concepts from a variety of categories, astrological, astronomical, chess, dice, musical notation, political symbols, recycling, religious symbols, trigrams, warning signs, and weather, among others. Tables[edit] Definitions[edit] Images[edit] See also[edit] External links[edit]

A new way to get subject line standout Getting the email subject line to standout in the inbox is a continual challenge. Here I’ll show you how you can experiment with a technique you don’t see discussed much in email marketing. It’s about the potential of symbols, such as snowmen and hearts, to achieve this. I say “potential” deliberately – do you think it’s a useful technique – would you use it and when? Email clients have been improving their support for world languages and this has meant also support for the many symbols that are defined in the world character set, known as Unicode. I decided to try a few symbols and see just how well email clients did in correctly showing them. The webmail clients for Gmail, Yahoo and Hotmail all had good support. Hotmail Yahoo Gmail Outlook 2003 to 2010 support Unicode symbols, this is how the Outlook 2010 inbox looks: iPhone and iPad had no problems either, however the standard Android 2.2 email client whilst showing the heart symbol (♥) did not show the snowman (☃) or smilie (☺).

Cool ASCII Symbols For Messenger Status Do you like to decorate your instant messenger’s status with unique messages? Or once in a while you might notice some friends of yours placing some symbols in the chat boxes, status messages, etc. Here are some examples to give you an idea how these symbols look like ♫ ♬ ★ ☆ → ↓ → (◐ o ◑ ) (⊙…⊙ ) If you are wondering how these are done. Here’s a list of ASCII symbols we compiled that you can pick and use for your messenger status. Author: Hongkiat.com List of best-selling albums worldwide This is a list of the world's best-selling albums. The criteria are that the figure must have been published by a reliable source and the album must have sold at least 20 million copies worldwide. This list can contain any types of albums, including studio albums, greatest hits, compilations, various artists, soundtracks and remixes. The figures given do not take into account the resale of used albums. Legend Groupings are based on different sales benchmarks, the highest being for claims of at least 40 million copies, and the lowest being for claims of 20–29 million copies. 40 million copies or more Markets' order within the table is based on the number of compact discs sold in each market, largest market at the top and smallest at the bottom.[5] 30–39 million copies 20–29 million copies Timeline of the highest selling albums Notes See also References

Subject Line Checker - Litmus Discover your perfect subject line Use this free tool to craft the perfect subject line for your next campaign Your subject line is the most important factor for deciding whether people open your email. Depending on the email client they're using, your recipients might see just 25 characters of your subject line. This Subject Line Checker lets you preview your subject line across a range of email clients and devices instantly. Optionally, you can paste in your email's body content to check the excerpt text that each email client will show, to make your email as inviting to click as possible. Outlook 2003 Outlook 2007 Outlook 2010 Outlook 2013 Outlook.com Gmail Yahoo! BlackBerry

25 Facebook Tips and Tricks you should be aware of 1. Hide Your Online Status From Selected Friends: So you want to use Facebook chat but don’t want some people to see your online status? Simply open up the Facebook Chat and click on Friends List. Start creating a new list called BlockList. Once the list is created, add those friends to the list that you want to appear offline to. 2. If you are like me, you often get annoyed by the dozens of silly applications that people have added to their profile. 3. Want to display your Facebook status updates on your WordPress blog? 4. No need to go to Facebook.com if all you want to do is use Facebook chat. 5. If you are a firefox addict you don’t need to use any other software to update your Facebook status. 6. Easily create a photo collage from profile pictures of all your Facebook friends using a simple Facebook app called Photo Collage. 7. A great tutorial by Tim Watson walks you through the process of hiding specific actions from your status updates. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

What's funny? - SciForums.com The results of a humour study are in. I found the differences in the kinds of jokes found funniest by people of different nations interesting. For example: People from The Republic of Ireland, the UK, Australia and New Zealand expressed a strong preference for jokes involving word plays, such as: Patient: “Doctor, I've got a strawberry stuck up my bum.” Americans and Canadians much preferred gags where there was a sense of superiority – either because a person looked stupid, or was made to look stupid by another person, such as: Texan: “Where are you from?” Finally, many European countries, such as France, Denmark and Belgium, liked jokes that were somewhat surreal, such as: An Alsatian went to a telegram office, took out a blank form and wrote: “Woof. These European countries also enjoyed jokes that involved making light of topics that often make us feel anxious, such as death, illness, and marriage. Interestingly, Germany was the exception. Top joke in USA

Nutmeg: we build and manage your investment portfolio - Investment management, ISAs, Online savings Facebook Symbols (cool text character codes) - fsymbols The Evolution of a Programmer High School/Jr.High First year in College program Hello(input, output) begin writeln('Hello World') end. Senior year in College (defun hello (print (cons 'Hello (list 'World)))) New professional #include <stdio.h> void main(void) { char *message[] = {"Hello ", "World"}; int i; for(i = 0; i < 2; ++i) printf("%s", message[i]); printf("\n"); } Seasoned professional Master Programmer Apprentice Hacker Experienced Hacker Seasoned Hacker % cc -o a.out ~/src/misc/hw/hw.c % a.out Guru Hacker New Manager Middle Manager mail -s "Hello, world." bob@b12 Bob, could you please write me a program that prints "Hello, world."? Senior Manager % zmail jim I need a "Hello, world." program by this afternoon. Chief Executive % letter letter: Command not found. % mail To: ^X ^F ^C % help mail help: Command not found. % damn! Anonymous If you enjoyed this, you might like:

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