Нет, но русский язык полезный.
Ты хочешь учиться рядом с мной?
Приветствую всех на этой картинка доска.
Russians are definitely more on the punk side.
A lot of illegal Russian websites don't get shut down.
A lot of illegal Russian hacking doesn't get cracked down.
Are there any Russian cyberpunk-themed websites?
- discussion about https://vk.com/cyberpunk_nash
and a lot of cool dead sites from archive.org
There also was one imageboard, but now it is gone.
Thanks for these, pretty sweet. But do you remember the link for the imageboard? I'd love to check the archives and see how it compares to places like these.
Thanks for the links, mate.>Where are you from and why are you interested in deep russian-speaking cyberpunk culture?
I'm from South America I just think foreign sites are pretty /cyb/, we are all connected and all that jazz
im serb and im /cy/ so shrugs
not him but thanks for posting these
Molim te nastavi sa time kako si /cy/ber anone.
Russia is indeed high tech low life society.
>>887>I'm from South America I just think foreign sites are pretty /cyb/, we are all connected and all that jazz
lol, thats how the internet works you dumbass name fagging spic. you sound 1337 af bro!
Spanish, especially for the 'low life' part of 'high tech, low life'.
At least, that's what I'd tell you if it weren't for Corona-Chan's escapades through Asia
Back to 8chan please
There's a /cy/ Spanish imageboard here: https://wired-7.org/
The chinese internet is mainly baidu, the contents of which is just cheap entertainment.
Honestly, modern chinese youths seem no different from millenials elsewhere, and it's hard to find stuff outside the mainstream because censorship.
The best thing about chinese language is the ancient literature.
I'd argue Hong Kong's culture is in many ways more attractive, but they all speak english for the most part anyway. You can learn cantonese, but it's fucking hard (6 tones + 3 entering tones) and not even strong in business anymore since mandarin is kind of the english of the chinese world (other than, you khow, english!)
I know lots of experimental/ambient music that uses french recordings, most likely due to their pioneering of electronic music, so I would consider this /cy/ (not the written language).
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Arabic could it be
at least it is the feeling I have when looking at the rich countries of the Middle East like Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia
I miss esperanto chan @_@
Verda-chan? Ĝi nun troveblas je "endchan": endchan.net/esperanto/