@joshavanier That's quite interesting actually, a bit like ancient proto-emojis without today's figurative ugliness.

@joshavanier okay, no, yeah. It's frustrating that it's NOT in common usage already, it's so internet-practical!

@neauoire I've been scouring graphemica.com and Wikipedia looking for lesser-known typographical symbols. Some of them, like the asterism, are apparently becoming obsolete.

Let's start using them more!

en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asteri

@joshavanier I agree, that's a beautiful one too. I find these reminiscent of my current avatar, a disused kanji from medieval times.

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