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During the first century A. In his best-seller, Body Language, Julius Fast went one step further. He contended that the way people stand, sit, walk, cross their legs, use their eyes or move their hands offers clues to their unconscious motives and meanings.

He met his wife of 31 years, Barbara, on a blind date in , and they are the parents of two daughters, 25 and 26, and a son, While Barbara, 54, awaits the publication of her book on intimacy, the Fasts are working together on a new project, Metacommunication, concerning all that goes into a message in addition to the words.

Fast, who each year spends six months in an East Side apartment and six months in Connecticut, discussed his concept of body language with Christopher P. Amazingly, many start to use gestures that are inherently masculine or feminine when they are only a few weeks old.

After several years the average child is definitely using the body language associated with his or her own sex. When my son was 5, he was taking much larger steps than when my daughters were at that age. He would always look me straight in the eye when I scolded him, while my daughters would lower their eyes.

Yes, the male throws his shoulders back to emphasize their breadth, and when he walks he swings his arms from the shoulders. The female learns either to carry her breasts provocatively or to hunch forward shyly to hide them. And when she walks, her arms are held close to her body, swinging from the elbow down. The behavior is clearly learned. We reward boys for acting bolder, more aggressive.

Girls are expected to be quiet, gentle, passive—and to use their bodies accordingly. As our perceptions of male-female roles change, our body language will almost certainly change. For starters, women tend to close their eyes more slowly than men. And while men seldom show the palms of their hands, women use this as a courting gesture.

Courting signals are generally unconscious. Crossing the legs to expose some thigh is common. Equally common to men and women is fondling something—a key chain, a glass, a cigarette. Eye contact is as standard a signal among gay men as it is among heterosexuals. Once a red necktie was a sign to announce that a man was gay. Now the most common signal is a single earring or a bunch of keys clipped to the belt—on the left to indicate that a man is aggressive and on the right to indicate that a man is passive.

Handkerchiefs, half-tucked in the back pocket, are also widely used in the gay community. Blue handkerchiefs are worn by practitioners of conventional gay sex. Men usually cross their legs with knees open. Strangely, we spend a lot more time analyzing the way women cross their legs. Psychologist John Blazer has even come up with several categories.

The conformist, says Blazer, sits on one leg. The schemer crosses above the knees and dangles one shoe, but she seldom delivers. The perfectionist crosses above the knees and twists her legs. The organizer keeps her crossed legs parallel. Women are usually more sensitive to body language. Five Harvard psychologists ran a series of tests and discovered that in 81 out of 98 groups, women were better at interpreting gestures and facial expressions than men.

University of Chicago psychology professor Eckhard Hess showed two identical photographs of the same woman to a group of men. The only difference between the pictures was that in one the pupils were retouched to look bigger. None of the men noticed the difference but all thought the woman with the small pupils was cold and selfish, the same woman with larger pupils soft and much more feminine. Your pupils dilate when you are interested in the subject you are viewing. Hence large pupils create the impression that the individual is more interested, more involved.

So does an increased rate of blinking. Eyeglasses can be curiously Freudian in their symbolism. Some body-language watchers think pushing glasses up on the forehead is a sign of honesty and openness, while touching both ends together is a sign of stress. Glasses on the tip of the nose may denote skepticism. You can tell a lot about your fellow workers just by watching the way they use their bodies in the office.

A boss, for example, will often emphasize his position of superiority by looming over the desk of his employees. In meetings, he will acknowledge his executives with a quick glance and an instantaneous flash of a smile—anything more would make him look as if he were playing favorites. That could give an impression they were plotting against him. These are subconscious feelings, but real nonetheless.

You have said that we can learn a great deal about body language from talk show hosts. What do you mean? Merv Griffin is perhaps the most obvious case. He is overly intense and wide-eyed, and his guests and viewers alike are convinced of his interest in the subject at hand. David Frost leans into his guests, though he seldom touches them.

He seldom leans toward his guests—that would be a sign of intense interest—and remains somewhat aloof. People come to pay homage to him as much as they come to be interviewed—or at least that is the message his body conveys.

Yes, but it is much more difficult than it is to lie verbally. His voice was smooth and all the body movements projected sincerity. It was clasped so tightly that his knuckles were white—a tense gesture that to me contradicted everything he was saying. Actually, Carter is not very good at concealing his emotions. He has a quick, nervous smile that he flashes as soon as he is confronted with a question he would prefer not to answer.

How soon do infants start using body language? Does body language develop in adolescence? Are there many courting gestures? How can a man usually tell if a woman is interested in him? What are courting signals for gays? How significant is the way a person crosses his or her legs? Are men or women better at reading body language? Why do larger pupils apparently make a person more attractive?

What can the way a person handles his eyeglasses tell you? How does body language work in an office setting? What about Johnny Carson? Is it possible to lie with body language?


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Always scan a copy of your passport, credit card and travel documents and send it to your email account just in case of emergency. Listen and talk to the locals as that is where the real memories are made. My vacation travel planning is done with a travel professional. I save time, get the best prices and see the best of the destination. Australia, as this is a country that offers such incredible variety. Whether experiencing the myriad activities in and around Sydney - active or cultural, scuba diving on the Great Barrier Reef or getting up close and personal with the unique wildlife, this is one extraordinary destination.

There is truly something for everyone. Seafood, especially in bouillabaisse, paella, or a lovely soupe de poisson with a dollop of rouille! Tough question, as there are so many great choices from around the world. Pinot noir, however, captivates me the most and is the wine I prefer when curling up with a good book.

Classical music touches me in a very special way, and it's the music I listen to most - followed by jazz and funk. Ningaloo Reef, a beautiful mile long reef near Exmouth in Western Australia. While remote, this stretch of the Indian Ocean is pristine and offers scuba diving, snorkeling with sea turtles, and the amazing experience of swimming with whale sharks.

With Perth to the south, this part of Australia is worth the extra time traveling west. Keep a pack of wet cleansing tissues on hand at all times - for keeping germs at bay, cleaning fingers after eating, and for make-up removal on longer trips.

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Taiwan Favorite South Pacific Destination: New Zealand Favorite Food: The food and the friendly people! Book early so you have a choice of airfares and seats on the plane! This unique island has something for everyone - beautiful beaches, amazing scenery, diverse wildlife and a cosmopolitan city. Although nothing beats fresh fish and chips from the fish punts on Hobart Wharf. A bit of everything but particularly like U2, and Aussie band Powderfinger.

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I little of everything, but mostly indie-alternative and edm. Cradle Mountain, Tasmania Favorite Food: Italian food Favorite Wine: Looking forward to discovering the cultures and traditions of the South Pacific Islands. Always be prepared for bad weather! I have never traveled in this direction, but I would like to go to Fiji. Seafood salad Favorite Wine: Red Wine Favorite Music: It depends of my mood. I like all kind of music. Unbelievable beauty but a relatively short distance to town.

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They are a small invasive cartoon army of faces and vehicles and flags and food and symbols trying to topple the millennia-long reign of words. Emoji are intended to illustrate, or in some cases replace altogether, the words we send each other digitally, whether in a text message, email, or tweet.

Taken together, emoji look like the electronic equivalent of those puffy stickers tweens used to ornament their Trapper Keepers. And yet, if you have a smartphone, emoji are now available to you as an optional written language, just like any global language, such as Arabic and Catalan and Cherokee and Tamil and Tibetan and English.

The current set is limited to symbols—these are the ones that have been officially encoded into Unicode, which is an international programming standard that allows one operating system to recognize text from another. Basically, Unicode is the reason that the text message you send from your iPhone is legible to someone with an Android phone and vice versa. This summer, the Unicode Consortium —a U. This was very big news to emoji enthusiasts. It should be pretty big news for you, as well.

We are all increasingly talking to each other through screens. A Pew report showed that teenagers text each other more frequently than they use any other form of communication, including face-to-face conversation, which comes in at No. If you ask a random person, especially one under 30, what a tilde is, he will probably stare at you blankly.

But he is very likely to recognize, and comprehend, Face With Tears of Joy. Over million Joy emoji are being sent back and forth on Twitter right now—which makes the Joy emoji the No.

Lovers have successfully wooed one another with emoji. There are no fewer than three emoji-only social networks currently in development: The website Emojinalysis will track your recent emoji use to analyze your emotional well-being.

Drake says praying hands. This elasticity of meaning is a large part of the appeal and, perhaps, the genius of emoji. These seemingly infantile cartoons are instantly recognizable, which makes them understandable even across linguistic barriers. Yet the implications of emoji—their secret meanings—are constantly in flux. Decoding pictures as part of communication has been at the root of written language since there was such a thing as written language. Emoji can somewhat magically function as pictograms and ideograms at the same time.

The most straightforward example is the Eggplant emoji. E moji were born in a true eureka moment, from the mind of a single man: Back in the late s, the company was looking for a way to distinguish its pager service from its competitors in a very tight market. Kurita hit on the idea of adding simplistic cartoon images to its messaging functions as a way to appeal to teens. Kurita wound up with crude symbols ranging from smiley faces to music notes. This feature proved so popular that the other Japanese telecoms adopted it.

In , Apple released the first iPhone—and the global smartphone market boomed. Apple and Google both realized that, in order to crack the Japanese market, they would need to provide emoji functions in their operating systems, if only for use in Japan. But eventually tech-savvy users in the U. There are a handful of truly confusing emoji to the North American eye, nearly all of which can be traced to some Japanese custom or tradition.

For example, in Japan, a pile of poo is considered good luck. E very smartphone operating system—Apple, Android, etc. The programmers behind each operating system are free to design their emoji as they like. However, the emoji palette—the collection of standardized emoji that are available for you to use—has been encoded by the Unicode Consortium, which was founded in and consists of a loose network of contributing members. Emoji presented a new and unique dilemma to Unicode.

And so, despite the fact that, as of , you could text a cartoon pile of poo to any person in the world, people in the world were not happy. The world wanted an emoji hot dog! And an emoji avocado! And, understandably, representations of people of color! But in order to add new emoji, Unicode would have to invent them, then design them, then approve them, and then encode them. And Unicode is not in the business of inventing or designing new emoji, anymore than it would invent and design new English letters and add them to the alphabet.

Unicode did decide, however, to encode the new emoji to be released this summer, which should show up on your phone as soon as Apple, Google, Microsoft, and other Unicode signatories add them to their operating systems. There are, though, a few notable additions, such as that Man in Business Suit Levitating also referred to as Jumping emoji or Hovering emoji , which is an excellent example of how the technologically convoluted path for new emoji leads to the existence of totally weird and random characters.

The Wingdings font was originally developed way back in by Microsoft as a way of allowing computer users to incorporate symbols into their text, including such sexy icons as an open folder and a mailbox. A subsequent font, Webdings, was created in to allow a similar use of symbols online. In Webdings, an unusual symbol was included. It is, for lack of a better description, a man in a business suit levitating.

Now, at least as far as your Unicode-reading smartphone is concerned, Man in Business Suit Levitating is as legitimate a character as the numeral 5, or the letter A, or the tilde, or poo.

This is the fun of emoji. C onsider the exclamation point. For much of its history, the exclamation point had a fairly simple usage:

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