Archived Web Site Main Page - LOLCat Bible Translation Project
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- Main Page - LOLCat Bible Translation Project
- The LOLCat Bible Translation Project is a wiki-based website set up in July 2007 by Martin Grondin, where editors aim to translate the entire Bible into "LOLspeak", the slang popularized by the LOLcat Internet phenomenon. LOLspeak, is a form of vernacular English which has emerged online. The LOLcat Bible, is one of the largest bodies of text documenting the use of the vernacular and is a web culture phenomenon in it's own right.
- Created / Published
- United States.
- Subject Headings
- - Language and the Internet
- - Wikis (Computer science)
- - Cats
- - Folklore and Mythology
- - Bible. Parodies, imitations, etc.
- Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 20540 USA
- Source Url
- Access Condition
- - lolcatbible.com (domain)
- - www.twitter.com/Ceiling_Cat (domain)
- - www.facebook.com/pages/LOLcat-Bible/123966420951744 (domain)
- - twitter.com/Ceiling_Cat (domain)
- Online Format
- web page
- The LOLCat Bible Translation Project is a wiki-based website set up in July 2007 by Martin Grondin, where editors aim to translate the entire Bible into "LOLspeak", the slang popularized by the LOLcat Internet phenomenon. LOLspeak, is a form of vernacular English which has emerged online. The LOLcat Bible, is one of the largest bodies of text documenting the use of the vernacular and is a web culture phenomenon in it's own right. Website. electronic | Electronic (Form).
- Original Format
- archived web site
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- MODSXML Base Record
- MODSXML Supplemental Record
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