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  • This video was made possible by Squarespace.

    這個視頻是由Squarespace提供的。

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    前往Squarespace.com/HAI進行免費試用,當您準備好啟動時,請使用

  • offer code HAI to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.

    提供代碼HAI,以節省10%的折扣,你的第一次購買的網站或域名。

  • Welcome to the all-time least popular episode of Half as Interesting.

    歡迎來到《趣味半邊天》史上最不受歡迎的一集。

  • So say you want to make an emoji, a new one.

    所以說你想做一個表情,一個新的表情。

  • I don't, but I wanted to make a video so I talked to a guy.

    我不知道,但我想做一個視頻,所以我跟一個傢伙。

  • My name is Jeremy Burge.

    "我叫傑里米-伯奇。

  • I'm the founder of Emojipedia and the vice-chair of the Unicode Emoji subcommittee.”

    我是Emojipedia的創始人,也是Unicode表情符號小組委員會的副主席。"

  • (0:09) Jeremy's Wikipedia page says he's a “widely-regarded experton emojis while

    (0:09) 傑里米的維基百科頁面說他是一個 "廣受好評的專家 "的表情符號,而。

  • my Wikipedia page saysnothing since I don't have one so I guess he's cooler

    我的維基百科頁面說... 什麼都沒有,因為我沒有一個,所以我猜他更酷

  • than me.

    比我。

  • Being an Emoji expert means you know things like, “The ROFL emoji is rising every year.

    作為一個表情專家,意味著你知道諸如 "ROFL表情每年都在上升"。

  • So that's the laughing crying on its side, that's on the up.”

    所以就是笑著哭著上場,那是在上場。"

  • (23:24) Just like all fun technologies, Emojis originated

    (23:24)就像所有有趣的技術一樣,Emojis起源於

  • in Japan.

    在日本。

  • But originally, “They only worked on one type of phone and one type of phone network

    但最初,"他們只在一種類型的手機和一種類型的電話網絡上工作。

  • and then all the other networks wanted to get on board and they just didn't work very

    然後所有的其他網絡 想得到在船上,他們只是沒有工作,很

  • well across platforms.”

    好跨平臺"。

  • (1:10) Emojis quickly rose in popularity, but there was no one standard.

    (1:10)表情符號迅速流行起來,但沒有一個標準。

  • What could happen is you could send a picture of a boy or a girl and on the other end it

    "可能發生的情況是,你可以發送一個男孩或女孩的照片,在另一端它

  • could end up a piece of cake or a piece of sushi.”

    可能最終成為一塊蛋糕或一塊壽司。"

  • (3:45) It was chaos.

    (3: 45)一片混亂。

  • Essentially, when one phone sends an emoji, it doesn't send the actual image of an emoji,

    本質上,當一部手機發送表情時,它並沒有發送表情的實際影像。

  • it sends a code that corresponds to the image and so if one phone's codes were different

    它發送一個與影像相對應的代碼,是以,如果一部手機的代碼是不同的

  • than another's, the wrong emoji could appear, but then the Unicode Consortium stepped in.

    比另一個的,可能會出現錯誤的表情符號,但後來Unicode聯盟介入了。

  • Their primary purpose is to make sure that all 136,755 characters in their standard can

    他們的主要目的是確保其標準中的所有136,755個字符都能實現。

  • be seen across every single computer and phone in the world.

    在世界的每一臺電腦和手機上都能看到。

  • Nowadays, however, 2,666 of those characters are emojis.

    但如今,其中有2666個字符是表情符號。

  • So anyone can submit a proposal for an emoji to the Unicode consortium.

    "所以任何人都可以向Unicode聯盟提交一個表情符號的提案。

  • They've got a bunch of criteria to make sure that it's going to meet the minimum

    他們有一堆的標準,以確保它將滿足最低限度的

  • bar, as such.

    吧,因為這樣。

  • You want to prove, to start with, that it doesn't already exist.”

    你想證明,首先,它還不存在。"

  • (5:40) In addition, in a submission you have to prove that the proposed emoji will be frequently

    (5:40)此外,在提交的材料中,你必須證明所建議的表情符號將經常被

  • used, is a distinct image that can be identified at the small size, is needed to fill a gap

    使用,是在小尺寸上可以識別的鮮明形象,是需要填補空白的。

  • in the emoji alphabet, is frequently requested, and is able to be shown visually.

    在表情符號字母表中,是經常被要求的,能夠直觀地顯示出來。

  • A “I just forgot the name of a casual acquaintance I've known for years and called them 'bud'”

    一句 "我只是忘記了一個認識多年的熟人的名字,叫他們'萌'"。

  • emoji likely would not get accepted since it's just too abstract.

    emoji很可能不會被接受,因為它太抽象了。

  • There are also certain factors that will disqualify a candidate emoji.

    還有一些因素會使候選表情失去資格。

  • For example, Unicode generally denies emojis that are too specific.

    例如,Unicode一般會拒絕過於特殊的表情符號。

  • A “I went on StarTalk with Neil deGrasse Tyson and now realize I have a resting nervous

    A "我上了Neil deGrasse Tyson的StarTalk,現在意識到我有了休息神經。

  • face,” emoji would likely get denied for this reason.

    臉 "的表情很可能會是以而被拒絕。

  • For the same reason, they won't approve submissions for specific people, brands, or

    出於同樣的原因,他們不會準許為特定的人,品牌或

  • locations.

    地點:

  • There are, though, actually some existing emojis that violate this rule since some emojis

    不過,其實現有的一些表情符號也違反了這一規則,因為有些表情符

  • made it in only because they existed pre-Unicode.

    之所以被納入,只是因為它們存在於Unicode之前。

  • For example, this Emoji exists of a statue outside Shibuya Station in Tokyo even though

    例如,東京澀谷站外的雕像就存在這個表情符號,即使是

  • an emoji of such a specific location would never be approved nowadays.

    這樣一個特定地點的表情符號,如今絕不會被準許。

  • All those different criteria are addressed and compiled into a submission report by whoever

    所有這些不同的標準都得到了處理,並被誰編入提交報告。

  • is proposing the emoji and then this is then sent to Unicode.

    正在提出表情符號,然後這個再發送給Unicode。

  • That's where Jeremy gets involved.

    這就是傑里米參與的地方。

  • “I'm the vice-chair of the subcommittee which sounds more exciting than it is, to

    "我是小組委員會的副主席,這聽起來比它更令人興奮的,對

  • be honest.

    說實話

  • It's mostly an initial vetting on proposals that come in to make sure they're in good

    這主要是對來的提案進行初步審查,以確保它們是在良好的。

  • order before they get taken to the real decision makers which is the technical committee meeting.”

    秩序,然後再提交給真正的決策者,也就是技術委員會會議"。

  • (9:35) Essentially, the emoji subcommittee just decides whether a submission fulfills

    (9:35) 基本上,表情符號小組委員會只是決定一個提交的文件是否符合以下要求

  • the criteria.

    的標準。

  • Once it's approved that it at least meets the minimum criteria it goes to what's called

    "一旦它被準許,它至少符合最低標準,它進入所謂的

  • the Unicode technical committee and each company that's involved with Emojis such as Apple

    Unicode技術委員會和每個參與Emojis的公司,如蘋果公司。

  • or Google or Microsoftthey get a vote and if a decision needs to be made they can each

    或谷歌或微軟--他們有投票權,如果需要做出決定,他們可以各自。

  • vote individually for an emoji or any text character to be approved.”

    單獨投票決定是否準許一個表情符號或任何文字字元。"

  • (6:50) The majority of the committee's time is actually spent on non-emoji matters making

    (6:50)委員會的大部分時間實際上是花在非emoji事務上,使

  • decisions about how other characters should be encoded but with how frequently these emojis

    決定如何對其他字元進行編碼,但這些表情符號的使用頻率。

  • are used, these are very important decisions.

    被使用,這些都是非常重要的決定。

  • Still today though, each company designs how emojis look for their respective devices.

    不過今天,每個公司還是為各自的設備設計了表情符號的樣子。

  • Emojis are supposed to more or less look the same across platforms, but sometimes they

    表情符號在各個平臺上應該或多或少的看起來是一樣的,但有時他們

  • don't.

    不要。

  • There was an emoji, the eye roll emoji that's meant to be, sort of, uhhh, but,

    "有一個表情,翻白眼的表情,意思是,有點,呃,但是。

  • for whatever reason on Samsung phones it looked really happy so a Samsung user could send

    不管什麼原因,在三星手機上,它看起來真的很開心,所以三星用戶可以發送

  • you what they thought was a happy face and they'd say, 'hey do you want to catch

    你什麼,他們認為是一個快樂的臉,他們會說,'嘿,你想抓住。

  • up later on, happy face' and then you'd get a message that says, 'hey do you want

    後來,快樂的臉",然後你會得到一個消息,說,"嘿,你想。

  • to catch up later on, uhhh.'”

    待會再敘,嗯'"。

  • (5:08) In an ideal world the standardization of emojis would extend to their actual design,

    (5:08)在一個理想的世界裡,表情符號的標準化將擴展到它們的實際設計。

  • but right now that's impossible since emojis are copyrighted by their respective designers.

    但現在這是不可能的,因為表情符號的版權歸各自的設計者所有。

  • That also means that pretty much every single piece of emoji clothing or merchandise you've

    這也就意味著,幾乎每一件表情服裝或商品,你都有過

  • ever seen was illegal including the shirt that Jeremy was wearing during this interview.

    曾經看到的是非法的,包括傑里米在這次採訪中穿著的襯衫。

  • If you want to create an illegal emoji merch store, though, please don't use Squarespace.

    不過如果你想創建一個非法的表情商品店,請不要使用Squarespace。

  • There's probably something in their terms of service against doing that, but if you're

    他們的服務條款中可能有禁止這樣做的規定,但如果你是... ...

  • doing legal stuff, you should absolutely have a Squarespace website.

    做法律的東西,你絕對應該有一個Squarespace網站。

  • If you run any sort of business or hope to, you should have a professional internet presence

    如果你經營任何類型的業務或希望,你應該有一個專業的互聯網存在。

  • because how else are people going to find you?

    因為人們還怎麼找到你?

  • In a phonebook?

    在電話簿裡?

  • If you know absolutely nothing about design, like me, don't worry because Squarespace

    如果你像我一樣,對設計一竅不通,不用擔心,因為Squarespace

  • has amazing templates that pretty much make it impossible to build a bad looking website.

    有驚人的模板,幾乎使它不可能建立一個糟糕的外觀網站。

  • Their website builder does, however, have powerful customization tools so you can make

    他們的網站建設者,然而,有強大的定製工具,所以你可以使

  • exactly what you want to make.

    正是你想做的。

  • Best of all, you can go to Squarespace.com/HAI for a free trial and then when you're ready

    最重要的是,你可以去Squarespace.com/HAI進行免費試用,然後當你準備好的時候

  • to launch, use the offer code HAI to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or

    推出,使用優惠代碼HAI,以節省10%的折扣,你的網站或首次購買。

  • domain.

    域。

This video was made possible by Squarespace.

這個視頻是由Squarespace提供的。

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