Illogicopedia in culture
Illogicopedia prides itself on being at the forefront of the social revolution and as such has been featured in numerous publications, websites and toilet walls the world over. Unlike Wikipedia, Illogicopedia does not intentionally set out to fool the general public: its goals are far more
sinister favourable to the powers that be.
|Date||Article/Source||Country (of origin)||Title|
|2007-07-27||Starked.com||How to edit Illogicopedia and Get Banned video featured on the Starked blog.|
|2007-11-13||Associated Content||Paragraph in article describing The Best Wikis on the Web: From Wikipedia to Illogicopedia by Bo.|
|2008-02-27||Numerous    ||Article by Tobias Schormann mentions Illogicopedia.org, syndicated at numerous sources.|
|2008-04-07||Tip and Trick||Spoof Wikipedia Websites article mentions Illogicopedia.org.|
|2008-08-06||WikiHowl||Illogicopedia made a 'heartable' (recommended link) as part of a sister site project.|
|2009-03-09||The Daily Telegraph||Illogicopedia named as one of the blog admin's Five of the Best|
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