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 No.2162[Reply]

Every time you see this thread. Drop a random pic!
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Pantsu vor!

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 No.1111[Reply]

If this is 1111 get, everybody in who reads this including me will be happier, luckier, and richer.
That is synchronicity, law of attraction, and meme magic for you. Spread positivity!
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 No.1807

Thanks anon

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Not that impressive, nice anon.

 No.2321

BUMP for positivity

 No.2443

>>1111
Thanks lain!

 No.2448

>>1111
May the wire bless you anon



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 No.632[Reply]

Hello /g/, let's share some neat terminal/tui programs shall we?
I'll go first and recommend you try out duf which just shows you a quick overview of disks and their usage. Here is its github: https://github.com/muesli/duf

 No.633

The only fancy thing I use is htop but I guess everyone knows that.



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 No.37[Reply]

Anime sucks prove me wrong
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 No.215

>>37
Okay the prove:
While the big movie producing industries like hollywood or the very original pajeed equivalent bollywood have very high costs for their movies, the production cost for animes is rather small in comparisson and the story (in most cases) is based on a successful manga.
What does that mean?
It means that hollywood NEEDS to make a lot of money to even go even, which means they need to rely on existing strategies that worked already, so the chance that the viewer likes the movie is maximized. They mustnt experiment because they'd lose millions.
With anime on the other hand it's the exact opposite.There are a lot of different more or less successful mangaka, who all try to be different in some way, because everything that is trendy will never really be successful or viewed as a piece of some kind of art. Mangaka need to experiment and build something new and original from their fantasy, or alternativley they just drop some moetrash that nobody watches anymore 1 year after release. Of course they exist as well, but that behavior is the norm in f.e. hollywood.
Every movie feels like a different movie just with a different skin. >90% of the new movies follow the same storyline and just have a some small adjustments.

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 No.216

>>215

Example:
There's this boy who isn't really cool but he's got that one friend who isn't really cool as well. Actually his friend doesn't mean shit he's just there for the introduction, because they do something outside, probably in the nature. Then the boys (disrupted) family-conditions are introduced and shortly after he bumps into something weird/special/supernatural (what the movie is about). Anyways by that time the boy has probably already met his sidekickchick that is a pretty cool girl and she is really weird but interesting at the same time. She's not interested in him at all but always ends up in those sticky situations with the boy, so they get closer to eachother because they get twisted into this shared goal of doing something in order to prevent the big bad. In the end they either defeat the big bad and the boy nearly dies so the girl realizes she is into him or it turns out there was actually a different one the actual big bad endboss. In that case it's likely he takes the girl hostage and the boy saves her.

This pattern with small adjustments is 90% of what comes out of hollywood. And then there are some higher quality movies like Tarantino stuff, but those are the exception.
Of course anime has it's phases and trends as well, where like the majority produces f.e. isekai-animes, but the probability of some weird ass mangaka coming up with something refreshing is way higher, because he doesn't give that much of a fuck about the financial perspective when producing his piece of art, unlike hollywood that - like already mentioned - needs to be on the safe side with their concepts and productions.
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 No.217

>>216

And another point is: Actors can never perfectly act and the best actors are even worse because you know them from different movies which kinda breaks the whole illusion. Anime is - think about it - way more authentical than lifeaction in that matter.

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>>215
>>216
>>217
You really put a lot of tought into it. Now I can prove these idiots in the chatrooms that "chinese cartoons" are pretty cool actually

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>>218
You're welcome, prove 'em!



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 No.2282[Reply]

how did you finded wirchan? just curious
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>>2412
Excuse me we dont call them
>underage anime girl
We call them "Loli" here.
It's the elegant way to call a little lady.

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>>2282
been here since it started dont remember how i found it i think the other admin told me somewhere but not sure

>>2399
you tried

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Well I just had this botnet-is-bad-awakening when I realised the whole www consists out of bigcorpo algorithms that trade your data and dictate your taste if you consume their products on the long run.
At that time I found 8kun/cyber/ which I really enjoy but it's hardly alive, from there I found a lot of /cy/ sites and this is one of them. Found it a few months ago but just started checking it actively last few days, but I feel like it really is a neat place.

 No.2444

I was just looking for other imageboards on vichan in search of good themes. And, luckily, I did find one here. It was adopted by belchan and named after wirechan.



/lain/

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 No.972[Reply]

Does anyone remember the website mebio.us? You can find it on archive.is, see if that will jog your memory. The source code is still available, so I was thinking I'd host an instance of it. What do you think?
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>>1094
>>1052
I love this type of sites. Bookmarked

 No.1108

Looks like mebious.co.uk is up again.

 No.1109

>>1095
yeah thats my twitter.
the thing is, even with text beeing locked a long time ago. it would still change the background image wich stopped all together now.
just the same pic every day :/

>>1096
those ware the days.

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2021. PLAGUE. The "MONKEY" returns to its cave. Denizens of THE WIRED, to whom can we turn? It might feel like coming "HOME" - but is it %2B or not %2B? CAREFUL BIRDS might lift the HEX and find their way back to the FLOCK .

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>>1126
Ok, interesting. The filename is "twitter_com_MEBlOUS" (that's an L, not an I), encoded using the Caesar cipher with a shift of 10. Not much on that account though.

%2B is how the symbol '+' is encoded in URLs.

Fairly obvious stuff so far. I don't know what the capitalisation signifies, or how we are meant to lift the hex (retrieve some hexadecimal value from somewhere).



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 No.211[Reply]

What are you working on, /g/?
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>>614
Thanks.

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>>618
>at the behest of proprietary software vendors
good to see no one's being paranoid about this whole thing

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>>619
What company would feel threatened by the FSF? They are pretty irrelevant.

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>>610
I'm doing exercise 3.2 right now, and it told me to
> First, make an arithmetic that defines only addition, negation, and subtraction of vectors over a base arithmetic of operations applicable to the coordinates of vectors. Applying any other operation to a vector should report an error.
But if I make it throw an error with `(error "Unsupported vector operation:" operator)', it makes extend-arithmetic fail on zero?. If I return with #f instead of raising the error, it seems to work. I also had to register the `vector?' predicate.

I don't know if I am just not paying enough attention to the text or it really just throws you into deep water with the exercises.



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Is there anything worth watching on PeerTube?
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Looks like the people at Framasoft realized how hard it is to find anything on PeerTube and made a semi-curated search engine for it: https://sepiasearch.org/
Announcement: https://framablog.org/2020/09/22/sepia-search-our-search-engine-to-promote-peertube/

 No.438

This is some netlabel's PeerTube, they upload music videos to it: https://v.basspistol.org/videos/local

 No.440

This site has "edutainment" videos, if I understand correctly they are uploaded by youtubers (i.e., it's not an unofficial mirror).
https://tilvids.com/videos/watch/69da6d3a-b56b-4b22-800d-8eb1530f4394

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 No.630

>>345
Fuck the FSFE
They went and signed the Anti-Stallman letter



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Greetings,wired users. What would you like to see modified? Also, banner contribution is highly appreciated. (384x128 for anyone interested in making banners).
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>>8
Pls fix webm. They wont upload.



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What browsers do you guys use to surf the web?
I use firefox developer edition so i can install my won addons.

What other tools do you use to get around the net?
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>>189
Same, I'm happy with Firefox for the most part. But I am interested in trying something new. I'd like to eventually replace it with something a lot better for my overall needs.

 No.596

Waterfox. It's good.

 No.597

-I use Brave for YouTube and Anime
-I use Tor for research and imageboards

 No.628

Depends on what for.
Ungoogled Chromium for my botnet stuff like G Drive or Slack which I need for my job, that's why they have their own browser I don't want google to read out any cookies.
Falkon for all nonbotnet stuff like imageboards and Tor when digging deeper.

Before I distrohopped I just brave for the botnet stuff (bc the inbuild adblocker was good when going on yt) and chromium for the normal stuff. But fuck brave. Not sure if I'm going to stick to Falkon but it seems okay, haven't really read into it yet though. I prefer it over Brave because I feel like a faggot with software like that.

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>>628
wats wrong with brave



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 No.2310[Reply]

Post something funny.
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 No.27[Reply]

Any other weird, psychological anime similar to lain?
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>>166
The true answer to OP's question
>steinsgate

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>>173

greeting from the future

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>steins;gate
picrelated, overreaction reaction image. i liked steins;gate, but have to kinda sorta disagree. yes and no. cyberpunk in it's way, but also a lot more comedy then lain. more moe. more intentionally self referential to anime as a genre unto itself. there is the john titor mythos and it's use in the story is similar to that one lain episode, layer:09, where there is the exposition on the various conspiracy theory type philosophizing that is a backdrop to sel. both riffing off of that building 90s conception of cyberpunk. where they really diverge for me is in the style and pacing. lain can be so slow, vague, and has such a weird mood to it. i've yet to see any other anime like lain that i could compare to it on those grounds. maybe if a director like david lynch directed an anime? the way sel story is told reminds me of something like a david lynch movie, where at the beginning you have no concrete idea about what is actually happening until the world that's being built explains itself somewhat and the film just seems like a vague dreamlike poem, with little narrative, made for the sake of the aesthetics. and even then, there is a lot left up in to interpretation. i do wish that i have seen more anime like that and could recommend something.

 No.204

Ghost Hound

 No.214

>>185
S;G and Lain are both 10/10 for me and I completely agree with you. Lain is more about transhumanism and the feeling is comparable to AKIRA or NGE. While S;G shines through the relatable characters and even though it is a /cy/-setting it's still a mixture of a lot of anime styles. Steins;Gate is a good story with brilliant characters told in the best way possible, but it doesn't really have such an actual message.



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 No.898[Reply]

Cyberpunk music? Yeah, we all know synthwave but what else do you think would fit into a cyberpunk setting/universe?
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 No.1051

>>1033
Yakui.moe

 No.1065

>>1051
The `e' board is a work of art.

 No.1086

>>1051
This has to be one of the most disorienting sites I've browsed.

>>1065
^

More maidcore:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDgzH7IfrQs

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 No.1090

>>898
If we ignore the domain for a second and just care about the music, I really like the lainchan radio. I prefer the everything channel because it includes the cyberia and the swing music which is a pretty nice contrast.



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 No.2437[Reply]

DEAD BOARD

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Didn't you already have a thread for this?

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>>2437
No it isnt and stop making these "dead board" threads



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 No.37[Reply]

What is the worst thing ever happened on your PC?
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It once froze when I played chess.

 No.624

Installed DOS 6.2 over my windows 7 by accident

 No.625

>>37
Multibooting FreeDOS, Win7, WinXP, Kali, ReactOS, and Xubuntu on the same Thinkpad HDD.

 No.626

>>37
When I was like 13 I experimented with 3L1t3 h4x0r tricks like batch "malware". So I basically wrote a .bat that would delete all drives and saved it in a hidden folder directly besides the porn folder. One glorious day I had an intense boner and needed to fap FAST. I accidentally clicked on the batch file and that was it.
Of course back in the days I had ALL of the good winXP malware sooner or later. Best one was that pajeet scam that made your computer boot into a bluescreen saying you need to buy some shit or call a specific number. Good ol' times.

 No.627

>>626
Haha lol.
Imagine if the pc said:
"Hard drive deleted because of horny.exe
Go to horny jail."



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