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Wiki themed website chronicling the trends, tastes, trappings, runners, stereotypes and plot devices of printed or visual medium and even touching on how they can relate to real life.

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A Quick Tip by TheJohn

  • Jan 12, 2010
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Fantastic resource for summarizing what we know and love or hate about what we see in movies, TV, books and more. A new favorite website.
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review by . January 13, 2010
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Wiki style websites are fast becoming the newest format of learning about our favorite subjects from video games to computers and just about anything else in between and have quickly replaced home made websites for information due to their often thouroughness and ability to have almost anything be edited to make them bigger and more concise by everyone for the most input.       What if you took a wiki and had it focus solely on pop culture and media and not only describe …
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Born in Wausau Wisconsin. Move at an early age to Ventura California and lived for 8 years. Growing up in a big city landscape didn't prepare me for my next move: Archbold Ohio with a population of … more
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TV Tropes is a wiki, built on a PmWiki platform,[2] that collects and expands on various conventions and devices (tropes) found within creative works. Since starting in 2003, the site has gone from covering only television and film tropes to those in a number of other media.[3] The site is known for approaching topics in a comic tone—author Bruce Sterling once described its style as "wry fanfic analysis"[4]—but Professor Robin Hanson characterized it as rather a possibly "great data source for studying fiction's functions."[5] 
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