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The emoji has been around since 1999, when Shigetaka Kurita created 176 tiny pictograms using only 144 pixels each. He created what he would eventually dub โ€œemojisโ€ as a way to make it easier for people to communicate while writingโ€”to help express emotions alongside plain text. Little did he know that by 2018, hundreds of emojis would be tweeted every second, according to Emojitracker.com.

Surely, many of you remember the old days of a colon (or semi-colon, if you were feeling cheeky), a hyphen and an end-parenthesis to show your recipient the tone of your message. But only so much can be done with symbols and letters on a keyboard. And without the presence of facial expressions or voice inflections, it can be easy for written communications to be misinterpreted.

When Twitter was launched in 2007, brevity became key to conveying the meaning of your message. With only 140 characters to work with, emojis became an integral part of tweeting, and their prevalence exploded.

Emojis were, and continue to be, game-changing for digital conversations, and theyโ€™ve even been adopted by the business community within the casual world of social media. Providing a great deal of context, the occasional branding opportunity, and more often than notโ€”humorโ€”emojis allow brands, businesses, friends, and strangers to communicate more effectively and efficiently than ever before.

We asked some of the LCS staff about their favorite emojis, and the results were as varied as the employees themselves. Take a glimpse below and get a sneak peak at the staff who youโ€™ll find at this yearโ€™s Rent Manager User Conference! ๐Ÿ˜‰

Name and Title Most-Used Emoji Emoji That Describes You
Ryan Abdon
Business Office

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Ryan Blumenschein
Premium Support

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Kevin Boyer
Professional Services
Support Specialist

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Camille Brigano
Rent Manager Sales

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Brandon Caputo
Logistics

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Brittany Christerson
Director of Sales & Marketing,
RMUC.18 Conference Coordinator

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Sabrina Clore
Product Support Manager

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Nickย Drzycimski
Account Manager

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Keith Fisher
IT Services Team Leader

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Kelsie Foster
Projects and Events Coordinator

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James Gibbs
Software Development Team Lead

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Chris Griesinger
Director of Implementation & Training

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John Hallack
Marketing Media Specialist

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Ali Hinkle
Training Manager

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Erin Hooper
Marketing Manager

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Abbie Huffman
Business Development Manager

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Krystin Jansen
Professional Services
Web Team Leader

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Ashley Jones
Rent Manager Sales

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Frank Jung
Software Development Team Leader

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Julie Kuhn
Director of Professional Services

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Tony Little
Chief Technology Officer,
LCS/Rent Manager

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Jason Meyer
Software Development Team Lead
“I’m a grumpy old man,
I don’t really use emojis…”

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Kari Miller
Digital Marketing Coordinator

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Jeremy Moore
Manager of Sales &
Account Management

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Brian Mueller
Senior Development Manager
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Mai Nguyen
Software Developer

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Adam Noyes
Software Development Team Lead

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Samantha Obermeyer
Graphic Designer &
Conference Photographer

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Patrick O’Hearn
Channel Partner Manager

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Jennifer Parker
Tradeshows and Logistics Coordinator

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Matt Purintun
Purchasing & Project Manager
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Nathan Rapp
API Services Support

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Nathan Ray
Software Development Team Leader

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Chris Rosiak
Systems Administration Team Leader

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Kyle Schweikert
Senior Business Analyst

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Dave Staun
IT Business Development

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Jay Stegner
Senior Implementation Consultant

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Lori Weaver
Director of Business Analysis

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Kathy Worley
Senior Implementation Consultant

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Jeremy Yohner
API Services Manager

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