Study says women in the U.K. most likely to communicate with emoticons :)

Sometimes, your body language does all the talking. New research suggests communicating on the Web and through social media is no different.

In most cases, the exact meaning of a wink depends on context. It’s all about reading the signs.

So, what do you do about this one?


Hmmm …

It appears body language is no longer a thing of face-to-face. New research from Flagship Consulting tells us that digital body language is a dialect all its own. The study, which examined the digital communications habits of U.K. adults, said:

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