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|description1 = Toy reviewer/reaction channel Chadtronic has made a reaction video about ''Special Friends: Ring-Along, Sing-Along! He also gives a brief mention to the Lost Media Wiki.
|description1 = Toy reviewer/reaction channel Chadtronic has made a reaction video about ''Special Friends: Ring-Along, Sing-Along!He also gives a brief mention to the Lost Media Wiki.}}
Revision as of 15:28, 15 March 2018
This page lists notable pages where the Lost Media Wiki itself has been mentioned or interacted with.
- 1 Mentions
- 2 Interviews
- 3 Pages on Other Sites
- The Internet's Obsessive Hunt for a Bootleg SpongeBob Movie That May Have Never Existed.
- The "Lost" SpongeBob Movie That Haunted the Internet Never Existed in the First Place.
- You Can’t Trust the Internet to Continue Existing.
- 7 can’t-miss pieces of pop culture to catch up on this weekend.
- Internet meme database website KnowYourMeme erroneously mentions the Lost Media Wiki as "one of the earliest references" to the infamous bragging statement "My uncle works at Nintendo", referring to a "2002" post. The website/community wouldn't exist until more than ten years later.
Lost Media in General
- Lost Media: les chercheurs de trésors du web (original French version); Article on lost media seekers, for which dycaite was interviewed.
- Lost media: the Internet's treasure hunters; English translation of the preceding article for the LMW (Special thanks to Reynard!).
How the Video of Christine Chubbuck’s Suicide Became a Very Macabre ‘Holy Grail’ , for which dycaite was interviewed.