Where is the Sarcasm Font When You Need It? (Incorporating Humor into Your Brand)

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My posts tend to be about the how-to side of social media technology. Today, I’m talking about technologies I want. (With some things to think about, of course.)

My best girlfriend and I communicate regularly via social networks and texts. We’re of the same mind, for the most part, and that typically means “veiled” sarcasm-attacks. If you didn’t know us, you’d think we hated each other. During one of these virtual conversations, we realized we use too many winky faces. My friend decided we needed to create a sarcasm font so that we’d always know when the other was joking.

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