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Researchers Are Sorry They Used 'Derpy' In A Research Paper

Much like the universally true advice to "never tweet", it's probably a good idea to just avoid internet language and memes when you're working in a professional capacity. Two well-intentioned researchers learned that the hard way recently when they didn't do enough research on the term "derpy". More »      
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