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SpongeBob Squarepants are referred to in the academic article of the University of Washington professor as a "violent" and "racist" colonizer

For fans of SpongeBob SquarePants the popular Nickelodeon animated series, as the title song says, deals only with a square yellow sponge that lives in a pineapple under the sea, his world of "nautical nonsense". this has been inspiring fans of every age for 20 years. Not everyone sees it in such a simple and harmless light. For Holly M. …

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The tech you need to declutter your academic life

Regardless of the system you've picked, you'll want to make sure you never run out of space. Having to carry an external hard drive defeats the purpose of decluttering in the first place. Google Drive, OneDrive or iCloud. Or you can invest in a cloud service like Google Drive, OneDrive or iCloud. If you're already using Google Docs or Microsoft …

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Academic associated with Cambridge Analytica Data Mining, sues Facebook for defamation

Recent emails Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that mattered provided the day of the week in the morning. SUBSCRIBE 16. March 2019, 23:46 GMT To Anna Schecter Aleksandr Kogan, the academician who has won Facebook for the mining industry Data company affiliated with Donald Trump's Cambridge Analytica presidential campaign, plans to launch Friday Expiration of …

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Academic behind Cambridge Analytica Data Mining sues Facebook for defamation

WASHINGTON – The scientist who helped Cambridge Analytica absorb private information from millions of Facebook profiles sued the social media giant on Friday, arguing that the company had denigrated him by claiming he was lying how the data would look like. Since the release of Cambridge Analytica's entire data mining last year, Facebook has repeatedly attempted to blame the invasion …

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Phrases like 'bringing home the bacon' may soon be the next rise in veganism, academic claims

Shareena Hamzah, of Swansea University, says "some shift in language is inevitable"            (iStock) Phrases like "bringing home the bacon" and "flying a dead horse" Shareena Hamzah, from Swansea University in Wales, meat-based metaphors the chop. DECLINE OF CANNED TUNA'S SALES FORCES INDUSTRY SHIFT: 'MILLENNIALS DO NOT EVEN' It could mean historical sayings like "taking a bull by the horns" …

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UC Davis helps students from Puerto Rico continue their research

Marcos Ramos Benitez is a doctoral student in immunology at the University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, where he lived when Hurricane Irma devastated US territory last September. During the hurricane Ramos Benitez went to the family in Ceiba, a city about an hour southeast of the capital of the island, where he stayed for about a month after the …

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