I've been using the internet since around the 10's. How was the internet before, was it better or worse?>>1646>tfw realizing now this person is older than me by now ._.
i'm 14(UNDERAGE B&)
im in my late twenties and im happy to see a small renaissance of people using message broads and self-hosting websites again.
Most 30+ anons I know (meaning people that are embracing anon that I talk to online, obviously I don't know their identities if they're anons) stopped lurking or look for good imageboards.
They just have clanlike websites, chatrooms or whatever that they visit daily, weekly or so and keep contact with the same likeminded people.
If we ignore that most of freuds thesis' are bs, he's got some kind of a point with his phases of live stuff.
Teens looks for their identity, ppl in their twenties are most likely to have them found and now look to achieve things within the goals their identity dictates them.
So we'll most likely find people here who either go through a phase of being an anon like 13y/o pseudo elite haxx0rs or people that have really settled their minds on being anon in their freetime of surving the www.
the next phasis are things like finding love, making babies and leaving things behind for the world. Most people in ages of 30 that don't want to follow the social norm or can't because of social failure, are more likely to look for something like an internet family.
Imageboards are not family, they are gates that lead into chance of finding something interesting.
24 here and I'd bet most people here are in their 20s because 1. most people already wrote they are and 2. the edgy teens who identityshift prefer big boards.
I saw Lain on VHS when it came out. heh.