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James "Kibo" Parry and his friends began Kibology about 1989 at the suggestion of Mark Jason Dominus. In its early Usenet days it was centered in the newsgroups talk.bizarre and alt.slack, until the creation of alt.religion.kibology in late 1991. The faux religion aspect faded in the mid-1990s, and the newsgroup became oriented to the sense of humor of Kibo and his "followers". A similar Internet phenomenon exists surrounding the Church of the SubGenius. Some posters also "wackyparse", which is to say, they comment on misreadings with humorous effect.
- Baczewski, Philip (1994). Philip Baczewski, ed. Tricks of the Internet Gurus (1 ed.). Indianapolis: Sams Publishing. ISBN 978-0-672-30599-3. LCCN 94067090.
one Usenet group named for him, alt.religion.kibology, has at least 88,000 subscribers.
- Morten T. Højsgaard; Margit Warburg (2005). Religion and cyberspace. Routledge. pp. 55–56. ISBN 978-0-415-35767-8. Retrieved 6 August 2011.
- kibo.com – James Kibo's official website.
- The alt.religion.kibology newsgroup via Google Groups
- Ted Faber Ted Faber's archive of early Kibology postings.
- David DeLaney's random arkhive Another collection of posts from the newsgroup, saved for various reasons or none at all.
- The Wiblovian Institute of Kibology Home of the Kibological Gourmet, an archive of recipes posted to ARK over the years, as well as random bits of weirdness and bozosity.
- Gizmodo Essay on internet 'trolling' that mentions James Parry.
- Official Interröbang Cartel web site