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Gizoogle: Amusing tribute or racist caricature? – NSFW (part 5)

For over a month now, I’ve been taking a look at Gizoogle, a website that parodies the search engine Google by rendering web content in language resembling Snoop Dogg‘s speech. In a series of posts, I’ve been trying to arrive at

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Gizoogle: Amusing tribute or racist caricature? – NSFW (part 4)

For several weeks, I’ve been writing about the website Gizoogle, which ‘translates’ internet search results and webpages into language modeled after the hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg (see my first post for more details). Specifically, I’ve been looking into the question: Is

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Gizoogle: Amusing tribute or racist caricature? – NSFW (part 1)

Just as a warning: this post contains a number of examples from the website Gizoogle, which uses quite a bit of language not appropriate for many workplaces. Gizoogle, as shown in the picture above, is a website that parodies the

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Posted in Ideology and social change, Language and race, Linguistic diversity, Technology and language

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