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EMOJICON! EMOJICON! EMOJICON! – A Celebration of All Things Emoji – Coming to Frisco Nov 4-6, 2016

TweetI ? Emoji-Con ’16! All the deets. $20, and up. You should go, Gentle Reader, and then ten years from now tell everybody how E-Con “used to be cool, like ten years ago, man.” Emojicon is a multiple day celebration of all-things emoji that will take place November 4-6, 2016 in beautiful San Francisco. There will be lots of […]
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