Disruptions: Social Media Images Form a New Language Online

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The rising popularity of the image in social media has further transformed the way we share our lives with one another.

Hélène Herniou‘s insight:

"What’s more, there are no language barriers with images. As the world grows smaller, thanks to technology, people from all over the globe can chat with images that translate into a universal tongue. Do you speak only Mandarin? No problem, you can now communicate with someone who speaks only English. Take a picture and reply. Germans and Spaniards? Snap! Send. Done."

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Helene Herniou

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