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New board for recovering NEETs and Ex-NEETs, and people with school/work/reintegration issues: Ex-NEET / Recovery

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Amazing what a touch screen can do when you can doodle with your finger


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You are not alone anon, we are here.


Another year, still not evidence of Kikiyama being involved in Project Yume Nikki.
Pls make fraud canon.

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I don't remember if we've had this thread before, but how old are you and how old do you think the average member is?

Strawpoll related:


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We did, it was like 6 years ago.

20, average poster is 14.


>average poster is 14
That implies there are like 10 and 12 year olds here.
Could a 10 year old really discover such a relatively obscure website on their own?


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We had a faggot that was 11 some years ago, I found about YN around that age as well.
Your answer is yes.


I really don't think it'd be that common to have under 15 year old's here though.
I think average 20 would be more right.
Yume Nikki is old and it's fanbase isn't getting any younger.


Rule #1 is written the way it is for a reason. No age threads please.

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Tox is a peer-to-peer instant messaging and video calling protocol that offers end-to-end encryption. Tox started out as a project on 4chan /g/ and is open source software released under the GPLv3. Tox is…

>Everything you do with Tox is encrypted using open-source libraries. The only people who can see your conversations are the people you're talking with.

>Tox has no central servers that can be raided, shut down, or forced to turn over data — the network is made up of its users. Say goodbye to server outages!

>Tox is free software. That's free as in freedom, as well as in price. This means Tox is yours — to use, modify, and share — because Tox is developed by and for the users.

Install a Tox client - https://tox.chat/download.html
qTox recommended - https://github.com/qTox/qTox
Tox over Tor - https://wiki.tox.chat/users/tox_over_tor_tot
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Anychance something like this will ever be integrated with something like the principles behind Freenet on a completely encrypted and anonymized OS (ie Plan 9)?

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ubuu, please save my friend, (read: me) his inner weeb wants to learn japanese.

ok screw that weeb shit, is there like any reliable source for learning moonrunes out there in the web?
I already speak 2 languages (my native language and English) fluently so i figured i could add japanese to the list.


Theres an ios thing called memrise, I don't know what other systems it works on.


Memorize the hiragana and katakana phonetic systems with something like this quiz tool: http://www.gyford.com/japanese/

Then learn only the basic particles and verb conjugations from: http://www.guidetojapanese.org/grammar_guide.pdf
or somewhere else.

Then decode Yotsuba&!, a children's manga with Furigana, that is the phonetic characters written above each kanji. The basic-level grammar of Japanese you'll find in Yotsuba&! is surprisingly simple, so simple you could read it by having a single index card worth of grammatical rules next to you.

Look up words you don't know at http://jisho.org/

Then you've got your foot in the door.


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anon pls, why didn't you come before? The Japanese thread wouldn't have died then. >>14549


lang-8 and genki

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Would anyone like to make a yume nikki inspired animation?


I doubt it, nowadays YN isn't popular in the west. There is a jap working on something, though.


I'm also trying to get some discussion on my Yume Nikki movie idea. >>>/yn/5988

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The only chans i go on are slow.
I need something new to feed my internet addiction.
what im looking for is a chan with general theme is filled with depressed losers that isnt slow to and does not eat itself up as these things usualy go and isnt filled with circlejerking faggots.
I know im asking a bit much here but cant hurt to.

Also feel free to share any chans you like here.
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Basically, yeah, according tumblr we have to applaud everything, sugarcoat their errors so they can't improve and stealthfully talk trash about them while no one is looking or ruin their projects in secret, that's the politically correct way to be nice to devs.


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>makes fun of other sites
>no new users
>look at how dumb they are in their inferior unworthy circlejerks desu ne~~~

wow no way it's kinda like you get more users by being user-friendly


Su pls stay in your blog.


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>new users
Who said anything about new users? I was talking about projects, /fg/ is extremely chill compared to any of the other boards and it's pretty much a neutral zone where what you do is what really matters instead of who you are outside of this site. That's actually the core of anonymous imageboards.
I also don't see how making fun of other sites has anything to do with game developing, You're disregarding the main point of my post.
But if you want to go that way, I am happy to make you remember that tumblr threw shit at us too, so if we fucking laugh of them it's more than justified.

Su pls go.


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>makes fun of other sites
Implying making fun of people actually labeling us as the terror of the fandom or something while spreading lies is a terrible thing! Oh yeah we're such a monster site! Fun is horrendous and evil!

No seriously, not joking, what do you want us to do instead, respond their flames with flame? We just decide to have a laugh or two, Ubuu didn't start situations with other communities, never.

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Are forums/message boards dead?

For the past few years imageboards have been my main source of online interaction and discussion, but lately I've become bored of chans and have been fondly remembering the days when forums reigned supreme.

I know there are still many large forums out there, but what I miss are the smaller forums where there was a sense of community and you could have small talk and make friends with similarly minded people. The large forums that are still popular are just too impersonal and subject oriented to give the same experience.

So, are they dead, and if not, where are they?
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I think that isn't bad, because when a lot of people go to an IB, that page start a plummeting.


It's easier just to talk on discord or something.




Social media killed most sites. vBulletin and the like reigned supreme because they were the main means of communication. It was also a time where people were scared shitless about posting their info online (places like MySpace got a lot of flak because retards would post too much info and they'd get doxxed or attacked irl).

Nowadays it's highly encouraged to post your life online. Big companies even force you to do so in order to use their services (e.g. YouTube/Google, facebook). The new generation is growing up in a society that pressures them to post their lives online for school, work, and socializing purposes, so it's only naturally that anonymous and small websites like these are on the decline.


We can only hope that all this smartphone shit allows the Internet to be great again.

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Just rockin out


Nice dude; nice.

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So I've been watching a bunch of documentaries lately and was wondering what documentaries you anons have watched and liked. This blog has been my favorite for finding docus so far: http://ponury.tumblr.com/
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A documental about what could be the very first punk rock band of the world, active from 1964 to 1966 in FUCKING PERU. Pretty rad considering the time and specially the place. They remained pretty obscure until a few years ago.

Searching for Sugar man

The story of Sixto Rodriguez, a Detroit musician that recorded a few songs in the 70's and then disappeared from the sight of the world. He remained obscure and forgotten in the US, but he hit it pretty great in South Africa, becoming some kind of Elvis. The thing is, he never knew about it, until 1998 when fans contacted him to come to South Africa and play.


This guy makes documentals about art around all the world, his stuff is pretty good and interesting. This was my favorite one.


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I'll go ahead and post some Vice docs I've seen. It's a shame the ones in Japan mostly have English only speakers as the host. That doesn't really work well though generally its shot well.

Sorry for it all being sex related this is just what I've been clicking through. Keep in mind some of these are NSFW.

The sex/dating industry in Japan

School girls being sold in Japan

VR sex industry

Sex work in Canada


A documentary about artificial sex/romance objects from 2005, before VR etc. really took off. The second half is especially interesting where we start to see some of the enthusiasts. See if you can spot the Azumanga plushes in the last guy's room.



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Thank you kind anon *;-;*

I watched the sugar man one. It was really interesting, thank you!

I watched the first two; They were pretty good. I remember there was a vice docu where the host wasn't Japanese but was fluent? I think it was the one about DDR.

Also some other decent vice docus:
The Nepalese Honey That Makes People Hallucinate

Living Amid Graves & Bones: The Philippines' Cemetery Slums
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