LMW in the media
From The Lost Media Wiki
This page lists notable pages where the Lost Media Wiki itself has been mentioned or interacted with.
- 1 Mentions
- 1.1 A Day With SpongeBob SquarePants: The Movie
- 1.2 Cracks AKA "Crack Master"
- 1.3 Della!
- 1.4 Gnorm Gnat and Jon
- 1.5 Looney Tunes: By A Hare (lost build of cancelled arcade racing game; 1993)
- 1.6 Plumbers Don't Wear Ties
- 1.7 Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa
- 1.8 Special Friends: Ring-Along, Sing-Along!
- 1.9 Yeah Yeah Beebiss I (lost build of unreleased video game; existence unconfirmed; late 1980s)
- 1.10 Miscellaneous
- 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.
Gnorm Gnat and Jon
- You Can’t Trust the Internet to Continue Existing.
- 7 can’t-miss pieces of pop culture to catch up on this weekend.
- KnowYourMeme: it mentions the Lost Media Wiki as having a comment referring to the infamous bragging statement "My uncle works at Nintendo". For a while, the website erroneously stated that this was the earliest recorded use of the expression, back in 2004 (the Lost Media Wiki would not be created after many 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.
- The internet community unearthing lost episodes from your childhood faves; Article about lost media, the Lost Media Wiki, and the lost media community in general, featuring interviews from dycaite and Lucy, among other interviews from LMW collaborators blameitonjorge and LSuperSonicQ.
- How the Video of Christine Chubbuck’s Suicide Became a Very Macabre ‘Holy Grail’ , for which dycaite was interviewed.