Monday, 5 May 2008

Illogic ont' web

More presence on the web for Illogicopedia, even if it is just mentions at the moment. One day, we will step out from the shadow of Uncle Pete and have our own Wikipedia article. Until then, we will have to make to do with idle chatter on blogs and second-rate news sources.

Illogicopedia is mentioned in a Tip and Trick article on spoof wiki websites, along with Stupidedia and Falsipedia.

"It is amazing what people actually believe to be true for some of this satiric information is so absurd. Young people are the likeliest victims in their absolute faith and reliance on, their online Bible. People rarely ask where the information comes from (it must come from somewhere) as long as it is convenient to get the information. Furthermore, Wikipedia has built up its reputation as a reliable online source for information."

Eh? I thought all the stuff on Illogic was true!

Meanwhile, MSN Encarta occasionally throws up some Illogicopedia results in its definition pages. Take Braininess, for example.

Seen an article about Illogicopedia somewhere? Let me know about it.

Sunday, 4 May 2008

Illogicopedia needs YOU!

Basically we need ideas for extending the user base so if you have anything to say on the matter, please do.

Post comments here or on the super-special Illogic page here.

What can I offer the Illogicopedia?

Well, spread word of the site. Tell your mates at school. Email the link to your friends during your lunchbreak. Write it on the toilet wall (not that we would be condoning vandalism...) or the back of a dusty lorry. Scribble it in chalk on the pavement. Anything to get noticed.

Facebookers/MySpacers wanted!

Join the Illogicopedia Facebook/MySpace groups today! Your life will never be the same again.