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 No.294569

Internet back then:
>Hundreds of forums, chats, websites and different communities with their own character
>Every day new content, new stories, new people
Internet now:
>Three or four sites all repeating the same memes, jokes and content. Big imageboards are dead, small communities dissapeared, no fansites anymore
>The same people, the same low quality content, nobody wants to do anything

When everything went SO wrong. Is like a NIGHTMARE.

 No.294570

Intellectual property + anti-CP laws. All uncontrolled sites are shut down by the government.

 No.294571

>>294570
CP is weaponized by the glowies to get rid of whatever sites and people they find inconvenient.

 No.294572

>>294571
>glowies

Schizo term, schizo ideia.

 No.294573

>>294569
so facts are simply schizo? it's already been proven that the government engages in mass surveillance of its popultion. and anybody who is mildly tech savvy is well aware of how much data the few big tech companies that rule the world have on all of us. if you even use the internet and a device then you have almost no privacy from them.

 No.294574

nah, back then everything was Anime and Japan worship, now is kind of like that but with niggers and politics.

 No.294583

>Hundreds of forums, chats, websites and different communities with their own character
Reminds me of the ideas in Christopher Alexander's A Pattern Language. Essentially the same idea, but in human settlements: each community being logically separated from the rest and developing it's own identity.
Of course, you could say that was originally the case. A few hundred years ago it was still the case, though on a different scale. There were different cultures, some of them very small like for example the yaqui indians, some very large like the han chinese, but all with their own character. Today that's almost nonexistent, as even cultures that have managed to keep some of their identity are being integrated into the globalized culture, wear their clothes and have a smartphone.
As much as I dislike it, and as much as it seems a regrettable loss of diversity (actual cultural diversity and not interracialization of globalized culture) is nothing but the natural course of things.

 No.294587

>>294569
there are plenty of small community fan sites and niche forums, what kept them alive is banning crab politics.
>>294573
yea hacker conferences have been saying that for decades, what else is new. can you post some examples linking surveillance to "glowies" spamming club penguin?

 No.294588

>>294587
>there are plenty of small community fan sites and niche forums
Ok, post 2 fansites and 2 small forums.

 No.294590

>>294588
no way jose, that's how madcuck leads crabs to this site. modding communities (not moddb or nexus) hacker researchers, basically computer hobbyists are still around but their hobby filters out computer users (everybody else on the internet)

 No.294591

>>294590
>There are plenty of sites around there!
>Ok show some
>No I can't because excuses

Don't claim bullshit you can't even backup.

 No.294592

>>294591
still not telling, you are doomed to lurking crabchan and politics

 No.294593

>>294592
Noooo please!!!! How you dare to do this to me!!! You can't let me here alone!!! Without anybody else to talk!!!! How can't you be so evil for not let others enjoy the knowledge!!! You're punishing everyone be letting us here with the normies!!! Nooooo evilness!!! Don't do this please!!!

Please!!!!

 No.294616

You're not wrong but I have the sneaking feeling that you're a zoomer.

 No.294625

If you know where and how to look you can still find anything and everything on the internet.

 No.294658

>>294625
From a wizzard's perspective, the main barrier is the social connections required to find them, much like quitting weed because you're too autistic to find and interact with a new dealer or go-between. On the other side of the equation is that if you're that isolated then you might be able to invest the time necessary to lurk your way in to some kind of online community that feels right and then get a tip or an invite to something even more toward your interests.



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