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 No.955[Reply]

What would be /cyb/ perfect room? Clustered? Full of wires?
I always wanted to make a room as similar to me as possible, so i could spend my entire day in it and enjoy it's aesthetics.
Post pics or describe specific things that you think it would make your room look nicer of possible.
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 No.967

>>955
>A dark room with various lights but still keeps the room mostly in it's darkness
>Cluttered wtih various tech and wires all around
>Screens everywhere

 No.995

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Neon lights and colourful LEDs.
Some kind of anarchic work and tinkerplace occupying the room. The wires must come from somewhere afterall and the low life makes money recycling electronics, breeding something into marketable offspring, or having an oversized wildly modded together cpu dominating the room for some nefarious online sheme in its rented apartments or improvised hideouts.
If you dont have a hobby like that and are willing to life in the junk of all the shit you collected from your cities dumpsters or sustain a humongous electricity bill for a gamerPC set up taking up half of your room or a bunch of aquariums and lavalamps bubbling away with lit up liquids as part of an omnious trinket collection that will either gain you the admiration of your guests or many confused questions this might get somewhat complicated to pull off.
The coroporate jobber low middleclass or anyone with an officially listed income might life in prefab appartments where most surfaces are made of some stuff or plating that looks as if it was quickly assembled like IKEA furniture, most surfaces being in use for something as space is expensive in the 21th century. The less cramped places might follow a somewhat pleasant industrial design.
If you want your room to look from the inside like a 70s multistorybloc looks from the outside you need to commit seriously so it doesnt look hideously or ends up being a problematic construction and if you got a landlord this might end up not achievable.
Darkness and colourful lights, a careful selection of furniture(Steel cabinets?) and wallpapers or even concrete/rust optic spatula technique coatings for selected walls if your landlord is ok with it or you are lucky to own your four walls might take you to a desirable outcome tho.

 No.996

>>956
No sheets on the mattress? Are you an animal?

 No.1017

I've always thought one of the coolest modification that I'll do to a place of my own some day is build wall mounted terminals that connect to some sort of multi user system.

video related

 No.1018

>>996
pretty much



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 No.907[Reply]

This show has so many comfy cyberpunk shots fuck
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 No.985

>>984
It's not exactly a secret, they have statues for Lacan, Derrida and some other.

 No.987

I generally don't watch much anime, but fuck I adore this show

 No.988

Yea not bad, watched it in 2/3 days when bored, hoped for something better when I finished it btw

 No.1005

>>941
pleb filtered

 No.1009

>>984
THANK YOU

I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR THAT WEBSITE FOR YEARS

I remember there was one out there I had found that did side by side shot comparisons of ergo and famous movies/paintains etc. but could never find it again.



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 No.1007[Reply]

Cryptocurrency has the promise of new cyberpunk markets not before feasible

>Bounty hunting and assassination markets


>Being assigned by missions to beat up random strangers because they didn't pay back their loan on time


>Speculating on narcotic futures


>Online order prostitutes


>Being handed a sealed package by a shady man you don't know so you can deliver it to the final recipient


>Having to pay a monthly subscription to your local gang so they don't mug you


>Hiding all your money from the state

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 No.1008

>>1007
Cash has the promise of new cyberpunk markets not before feasible

>Bounty hunting and assassination markets


>Being assigned by missions to beat up random strangers because they didn't pay back their loan on time


>Speculating on narcotic futures


>Online order prostitutes


>Being handed a sealed package by a shady man you don't know so you can deliver it to the final recipient


>Having to pay a monthly subscription to your local gang so they don't mug you


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 No.997[Reply]

Hi. Where do you think the best places are to promote my new cyberpunk book, Hemispheres? I won't pitch it here in respect for your space, but I have been developing my website and I need to test it to see how people are going to react to it before launch. https://www.markeverglade.com

My email is markeverglade.author at gmail dot com if there's any feedback.

Thanks!
Mark

 No.998

You really chose a backwater to post this one. These are the other spaces I know of.
https://lainchan.org and the Lainzine
https://blackfogzine.org/
https://www.neondystopia.com/
https://www.cyberpunkforums.com/
and of course the cyb subreddits

Good luck!

 No.999

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>>998
>lainchan after 2018
>subreddits

i cry

 No.1000

>>999
Checked.

 No.1001

>>1000
Checked.

 No.1002

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>>999
Triple reverse satan check

>>998
please go back, there is a reason why we choose this backwater.



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 No.867[Reply]

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 No.881

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[Not flooding I swear]

 No.882

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 No.919

dont be retard

 No.952

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 No.986

>>919
void move



 No.210[Reply]

Have you ever dumpster dived and picked up any schway shit? I built my first 2 computers out of parts I found on street.
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 No.540

some! depends on the strength of the door jamb/steel door etc. in a regular house usually a good crowbar (strong legs) will work

 No.798

>>210Lucky! I would love to find some great parts in some dumpsters around here. But I live in a small redneck town where no one ever even got into computers yet now everyone has to have a damn smartphone.The only interesting find I've ever had in a dumpster is a nice bowling ball that I decided to throw off a building and let it roll into oncoming traffic just out of sheer boredom.

 No.862

i found a laser.

 No.869

I wouldn't recommend taking lockpicking tools, getting caught with them isn't fun.

 No.971

Saved a Sega Genesis last year that had Vectorman in it. But that's been it since the early 2010s when I saved a 13" CRT that I still have in my room.



 No.662[Reply]

Just look at this beaty https://youtu.be/pupdeq1MoVw

 No.665

The Last Night is probably going to be pretty good

 No.666

It looks like a promising game, but there's already too much drama surrounding it to come out unscathed.

 No.672

>>666Fuck the drama, you can still enjoy a work of art while avoid the drama surrounding it's creator

 No.963

What was the overall thoughts on this game?



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 No.950[Reply]

One of the most cyberpunk things I can think of are alternative intranets. The biggest one I know of is in Cuba, called SNET.
Info: https://media.ccc.de/v/34c3-8740-the_internet_in_cuba_a_story_of_community_resilience
There are also examples of this in the DPRK. And, most recently, Russia has been supposedly planning to cut itself off the global Internet (https://www.pcmag.com/news/371347/russia-is-about-to-disconnect-from-the-internet-what-that-m), although I very much doubt they will. I remember reading it wanted to do this in partnership with other BRICS countries, and make another "Internet" to counterbalance the West's influence and power on our current one, but there wasn't much interest from them.

Do you think things might still get worse in the near future?

 No.951

In the meantime, I suggest you guys start running LibreMesh (https://libremesh.org/) with cjdns (https://phillymesh.net/2016/04/21/cjdns-on-openwrt-part-3-installing-configuring-cjdns/), in case worst comes to worst.



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 No.914[Reply]

What are these guys wearing, seriously. It looks cool but extremely dorky at the same time.
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 No.926

>>916
>will you join us?
yes

 No.927

>>914
I wonder where they are now.

 No.928

>>927
I remember reading a Reddit post detailing exactly that. Considering they were at MIT, they’ve all done quite well for themselves.

 No.929

>>928
Got a link to that Reddit post?

 No.946

>>914
This is the Wearable Computing group, MIT Media Lab in 1995. Head Mounted Displays (HMDs) were close to impossible to get so most of it was hacked out of (analog!) display kits, videocam displays or expensive entertainment headsets. Fast forward 20 years and affordable HMDs are still a pipe dream. The bags carry the Single Board Computers and batteries. They are similar to the Pi/Arduino/Beagle, which are widely available these days and very much affordable. Input is usually done by a chording keyboard like the BAT or Twiddler (Jeld by the guy far right. I believe the company that makes it is still around.)

If you are interested, look for archives of the USENET group comp.sys.wearables.

>>915
Steve Mann, far left is now in the U of Toronto and Thad Starner, far right is in GA Tech. Sorry, I don't remember the others.

>>916
Jokes aside, yes, they all ran Linux ;)



 No.452[Reply]

An online graveyard. Dusty servers still powered. Strange locals. A digital temple containing records of the Wired's past. Good for chatting, exploring, admiring the beauty of it./need help entering? http://users.worldsonline.com/jimbly/index.htm http://smurfyworld.no-ip.com/jett//other info/links https://uboachan.net/og/res/443.html http://www.teamavolition.com/topic/5301-worlds-the-rabbit-hole-of-gaming/
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 No.509

i used to hang around on there a lot, the people are nice.. this is one of the screenshots i took back then

 No.549

Seems interesting, I will definitely do some exploring.

 No.874

Worlds can be spooky, I once was wandering all night there. Met a guy with very weird, spider like avatar and he showed me some stuff. Most people just stand and do nothing tho.

 No.922

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Do you know about Nexialist?

 No.925

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