On June 27, 2011, the forums were hacked again, and the email addresses of every registered member were posted to Pastebin and published in a blog owned by Google and Wikipedia critic Daniel Brandt entitled Encyclopedia Dramatica: There is no Joseph Evers.To avoid the use of this file for vandalism, it can only be used on pages for which it is specifically allowed.He has made a couple of cameos in Nostalgia Critic, TGWTG's To Boldly Flee, and Kickassia.He is also a Youtube partner, making a bit more Jew gold than most people on TGWTG.
Launched on December 10, 2004, it lampoons encyclopedia topics and current events, especially those related or relevant to contemporary Internet culture.
While the database was secured, the site was not able to be accessed until was purchased.
Since then, encyclopæis still working with the registrars to re-obtain the domain.
A search through its archives will reveal animated images of people committing suicide, articles glorifying extreme racism and sexism, and a seemingly endless supply of twisted, shocking views on just about every major human tragedy in history." On April 14, 2011, the original URL of the site was redirected to a new website named 'Oh Internet' that bore little resemblance to Encyclopedia Dramatica.
Parts of the ED community harshly criticized the changes. Voyeurs and exhibitionists were able to interact in a way that was normalized. It was mostly just personalities that were just so nuts and fascinating.
when you put user experience first, the language becomes highly important and that’s what we’ve done.