When most people talk about the effect that the internet has had on written language, they bring up books going extinct or children not wanting to read. If they’re a little more thoughtful than that, they might mention emojis as a new kind of alphabet. But there is so much more to be explored and experimented with. That’s the purpose of TLDR, a multifaceted exhibition about the influence that the internet has had on the evolution of written language, taking place at B4bel4b Gallery (184 10th St., Oakland) from September 2 through October 2. Aside from a group show featuring artists and designers working in the digital realm, the exhibit also includes a series of workshops and a night of lectures, all of which will likely expand your understanding of language.