Joy.ly – Adding Emoticons To Your Tweets
One can look askance at these sites that let you send longer tweets, if only because they are degenerating the basic concept. If what you are sharing is not a micro message, then you are not tweeting. Any person who claims otherwise needs to revise his ideas a little.
This site, now, is one that actually stands as a true Twitter enhancer. Using it, you will be able to add emoticons to your tweets. If you are feeling happy, sad, confused, blitzed… now you will be allowed to have the corresponding face added to your message.
And now that I have used this site, it dawns on me that the lack of an official solution for doing this is more than disconcerting. I mean, emoticons make for saving even more space when one is typing a message down. By that reckoning, they should have bceome part of the tweeting experience a long time ago. They are germane to the concept of saying more using less space that characterizes Twitter. Well, it seems the wait is over now.