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Cool Places + internet edition +
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Cool Places + internet edition +

801 Name: Anonymous : 2021-04-26 12:46
>>546
Tell me about the Archiveocalypse.
802 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-02 09:19
>>534
I for one am happy that the archives are going down. I think the attitude toward an anonymous website changes when you know that everything is getting archived on a bunch of archives you don't know of.
803 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-02 12:07
Are there really no communities outside of Reddit etc. that are not strictly about programming, anime, or both? I must be looking in the wrong places because I can't believe that literally everywhere outside of mainstream sites there's nothing but that. I've been looking around quite a lot and I always see nothing but programming and/or anime every single time. Is this a young people thing?
Sorry if this sounds rant-y, I don't have anything against that intrinsically.
804 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-02 18:22
>>763
I've been a newcomer to lainchan for a few weeks and I'm beginning to see what you guys mean.

Even λ seems lost to dogmatic arguing.
805 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-02 22:07
>>803
This is the natural type of person on the real internet, you are in a double minority.
You also missed the conspiracy types, they are also natural but if you wanted that I can link. Not that I consider those sites cool.
806 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-03 16:46
Someone has an ad up on 4chan for a website I haven't heard about yet. I plan on giving it a shot when I get home, but the idea is interesting enough to at least get me to explore it
https://audiochan.org/
807 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-04 17:35
May the Fourth be with you
http://www.asciimation.co.nz/
808 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-05 19:07
>>805
you are in a double minority.
This really sucks
You also missed the conspiracy types, they are also natural but if you wanted that I can link.
No thanks I'll stay forever alone.
809 Name: Paperplane : 2021-05-08 22:12
https://retro-mmo.com/play
810 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-12 03:08
https://www.goofcraft.biz/
811 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-14 13:27
http://satoarchives.com/Archive/
Archive of all of osamu sato's work.
812 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-15 17:20
>>808
If it's any consolation, I'm in the same boat. I've met a few others like us; they seem to be going along just fine :)
813 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-21 00:42
Cool forum:
https://ramble.pw
814 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-21 15:43
voat.xyz
815 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-21 16:40
>>814
Oh they're back? I wonder what changed.
816 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-21 19:52
>>815
Yes
817 Name: Anonymous : 2021-06-08 21:45
http://www.edit.ne.jp/~tomcats/
This page is best viewed in Netscape 3.0+.
818 Name: Anonymous : 2021-06-14 03:10
Gemini link aggregator: gemini://geddit.glv.one/

>>229
http://n-gate.com/ is made by one of the cat-v folks. Satirical weekly "Hacker" "News" summaries.

>>799
All those clubs have been deprecated by https://1024b.club
819 Name: Anonymous : 2021-06-16 12:47
is this place still active?
820 Name: Anonymous : 2021-06-18 16:11
>>818
The internet has become a bloated mess, but it doesn't have to be that way. This is a group of webpages focused on efficiency
First webpage; "Msg me on discord: Alyssa#0010"
Wow 1024b.club saved the internet
821 Name: Paperplane : 2021-06-23 05:06
>>819
There used to be more traffic but you still get a post now and then. Conversations don't really happen though, which is kinda sad because the environment here is fairly unique for that. You see a blog(ish) post now and then and maybe a reply to that and that's usually it. I still check by a lot but I feel like this place already exhausted itself for me, especially since I read through many of the old threads already so there's barely anything new to discover and the community is almost nonexistent at the moment.
822 Name: Anonymous : 2021-06-24 03:21
>>821
This is why I try to check in only every week or so, so there's a bit to actually catch up on. If only I could keep to that kind of schedule with other websites.. Honestly I think I'd prefer to only come here as long as I could rely on some new stuff to check out every week. So much of the internet feels like just burning time away.
823 Name: Anonymous : 2021-06-24 23:33
This is actually the second period of quiescence I've seen here. Quite a few years ago it was very lively, and there were charming things like the paper and the wiki thing that was like a small collaboratively written adventure game. That lasted for a while before dying down. The past couple years were a second bloom after that. So I at least am going to be hopeful that this thing isn't over but just following its own cycle.
824 Name: Paperplane : 2021-06-25 14:36
>>822

Yeah once a week should probably be better. But sitting bored in home office and having it in my bookmarks at the click of a button is so tempting when you just wanna kill some time and visit all kinds of places out of boredom.
825 Name: Anonymous : 2021-06-27 22:34
http://tdsrvhos656xypxsqtkqmiwefuvlyqmnvk5faoo23oh2m4xqg4gr47ad.onion
826 Name: Anonymous : 2021-07-02 16:28
>>825

Error 500
MongoError: Topology was destroyed
827 Name: Anonymous : 2021-07-03 17:44
http://26yukmkrhmhfg6alc56oexe7bcrokv4rilwpfwgh2u6bsbkddu55h4ad.onion/cob/catalog.html
828 Name: Anonymous : 2021-07-06 07:54
>>826
I thought mongodb was supposed to be webscale
829 Name: Anonymous : 2021-07-07 01:00
http://picochanwvqfa2xsrfzlul4x4aqtog2eljll5qnj5iagpbhx2vmfqnid.onion/
830 Name: Anonymous : 2021-07-07 01:01
>>826
>>828
it's back up
831 Name: Anonymous : 2021-07-07 10:05
>>819
It feels like the spammer scared off a lot of the regulars.
832 Name: Anonymous : 2021-07-07 12:05
>>831
I have to say that, with all the CP site spam, opening the Newspaper and the photoboard doesn't feel like it used to.
:(
833 Name: Anonymous : 2021-07-07 21:42
>>832
I've resorted to blocking the photoboard images with my adblock. Never really used the photoboard anyway, but I feel much more comfortable writing for the newspaper again
834 Name: Anonymous : 2021-07-13 15:42
>>833
I like seeing the images and wondering why anon decided to pin them.
835 Name: Anonymous : 2021-08-02 03:24
poa.st
836 Name: Anonymous : 2021-08-22 18:48
Wired Beauties: http://www.kochan.com/beauties/wb_archive.html
It's a list of japanese female netizens from the 90s, who had their own internet presence via personal websites and blogs. A lot of the links don't work no more, but you can still see what it was like via web.archive.org
837 Name: Paperplane : 2021-08-30 12:41
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JL5acskAT_2t062HILImBkV8eXAwaqOj611mSjK-vZ8/edit
838 Name: Anonymous : 2021-08-31 05:59
>>837
SO many people have told me to play Dark Souls but it seems like a game that may be too hard for me.
:(
839 Name: Paperplane : 2021-09-02 04:16
>>838
Why do you think that?
It's hard for me to imagine your situation since I already sunk around 2k hours into the series and my first steps with it back in 2012/13 are fuzzy in my memory but I'll do my best:

1. You can brute force basically everything. "Gittung gud"- as the meme goes - sure helps but since it's still an RPG you can always just grind XP and upgrade your gear to make things easier.
2. Your first blind playthrough will probably be crushing since KNOWLEDGE is a huge factor. Knowing enemy patterns, traps and even just routes throughout the world makes the biggest difference imo. My first playthrough, blind, took me about 70 hours (still have that char save on my ps3) and my second already reached the final boss in 20.
4. Looking up a guide about character building is no shame. The game has some worthless stats that you can invest XP in and some weapons are just plain bad and have objectively better variants which is impossible to know as a noob.
5. Loadout matters a lot. Going sword and shield and blocking most attacks is way easier than solely relying on your dodge. The latter is more fun and you won't need a shield down the line but I consider shields to be the training wheels of the series, because you can observe new encounters in relative safety with your shield up.
Any kind of spell, be it pyromancy or classic sorcery trivialises a lot of the enemies, since it's kinda balanced around melee and just hanging back and spamming spell projectiles is easy to do.
So it basically ties the difficulty to the loadout you're choosing which can suck for a new player if he unknowlingly picks a hard loadout but imo gives the game a lot of replayability since different builds play differntly ofc.

If you have regular hand eye coordination, aren't afraid to spend a few minutes learning about how to build your character and have a high tolerance for frustration it is defenitely beatably by everyone.
But you have to judge if you would even enjoy that.
840 Name: Anonymous : 2021-09-14 09:56
>>832
Is there a place to report that shit? Someone's taking it down, it would be nice to let them know if it pops up.
841 Name: ADMIN : 2021-09-18 14:58
>>840
Good suggestion! I have actually been running a test on another textboard where I have made the deletion password public and just allow the community to delete stuff that doesn't fit the vibe. So far it has actually gone really well, with no incidents of mass deletion or upload wars. I guess it helps that it's really only spam that needs to be removed. So I'll be giving you guys the deletion password for the imageboard here as well!

Use the password takeiteasy to delete spam/advertisements and things that are just generally unfit for having on the site.

If you want to report stuff on the textboard, you can drop me an email at saovq@gmail.com and I'll have a look. I hope this helps!

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