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Anonymous 2013-11-26 17:04:13 No.11656413

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Remember when people actually made websites with places like geosites and anime shrines? why is the internet so smaller than it was?
looks like theres this type of geosite called webring, this the new geosite? do people use this as much?
http://www.webring.org/go?ring=tenchi;id=452;ps=1;prev
http://www.webring.org/go?ring=tenchi;sid=468;id=468;next
http://noneedfortenchi.com/


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Anonymous 2013-11-26 17:08:41 No.11656433
Teens were a little more creative back then, everybody wanted to make their own website.

Now everybody just wants shit done for them on facebook.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 17:14:09 No.11656445
>>11656433
its fucking boring. the internet is boring now and it feels small, like really small.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 17:22:00 No.11656465
>>11656413
use neocities, you homo.

https://neocities.org/

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 17:22:11 No.11656466
I remember going on those shit geocities and lycos webportals to look up dragonball powerlevels

then i saw midis and realplayer vids of something called db:gt and felt like the coolest kid for even knowing it existed since it hadn't aired yet in the us

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 17:24:05 No.11656476
>>11656465
/jp/ should create websites and post them.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 17:47:05 No.11656508
>>11656479
your retarded, it easy to see that the internet is smaller, everyone goes to one place and thats it.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 17:49:00 No.11656511
>>11656479
Dude probably your shit generation will have those symptons far before ours. you can thank your early exposure to interactive media for that

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 17:53:06 No.11656520
By the way, what is Patchouli doing in OP's picture?

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 17:55:49 No.11656528
>>11656520
farting

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 17:59:10 No.11656530
>>11656479
>>11656509

I used to love Geocities, my favorite site of all time!

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 18:02:36 No.11656533
>>11656413
It's probably the same as what's happened to video games according to me.
For video games the "formula for a good game" has been found, and now instead of experimenting, developers use what worked in other games. We have way less shit games nowadays, but because there's simply no reason to experiment with how to do things differently than what you'd nowadays see as given we have way less games that do things REALLY new and well. Knowing how good games are made is the death of video games, and now everyone is making games after this formula, and it's still "good", but is becoming stale.
Same's happening with websites. People didn't know what good websites were and had, so they just made their own and looked around way more than now. Now there's some sites that have working formulas, other websites copy it, and 90%+ of people are satisfied with those few sites, so they don't look for other ones and don't create things on their own.

>>11656479
>>11656509
I love mods being cool.
>>11656526
He probably got banned for shitposting.
You don't see the (USER GOT BANNED FOR THIS POST) unless the mod who does the ban makes it public, which they don't do usually to keep threads from derailing into "MODSMODS".

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 18:11:28 No.11656570
While I enjoy the old 90's webdesign I also think that we have much more possibilities today, just look at WebGL and <video> support. Those open up a lot of fun stuff that can be done without plug-ins.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 18:11:45 No.11656571
>>11656413
>Remember when people actually made websites with places like geosites and anime shrines?
Yeah. Japan still does that.

>why is the internet so smaller than it was?
It's not. You just only go to 4chan nowadays. Also personal websites were replaced with blogs, facebooks, and tumblrs.

>>11656445
Leave the American internet and explore the rest of the world internet.

>>11656520
Saying "it's hot" and being overheated.

>>11656533
>For video games the "formula for a good game" has been found
That was called "platformers and FPS" in the 80s-90s. FPS survived the 3D transition is all. The only time games really experimented was like ps1 time when they were getting used to trying to make 3D games.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 18:23:09 No.11656613
>>11656539
It was a very pleasing glitch in that case.
>>11656541
So /v/ has more mods than /jp/?
Also, did you conclude that I'm from /v/ because I gave video games as an example or because I believe in mods on /jp/?
>>11656571
> Also personal websites were replaced with blogs, facebooks, and tumblrs.
That's probably the thing he meant, though. Personal websites were, well, websites you actually had to visit. Now you just add "these sites" to your tumblr dashboard and get basically thousands of sites you'd have to visit individually on one update page.
It feels smaller because you have to do so much less than before to get to the information / page you want to get to.
It's like traveling. If you travel by plane the world seems much smaller than if you'd walk the entire way.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 18:34:23 No.11656635
>>11656623
Seems legit to me.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 18:36:16 No.11656642
>>11656623
>COCK (Comprehensive Offboarder and Crossboarder-Kin) test

Is this like PENIS (PercEived lewdNess IndexS)?

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 19:06:06 No.11656713
>>11656613
But then one would ask why you want to walk when you can take a plane. Especially when it comes to getting information, there's no benefit gained from taking longer to get it. Besides that, tumblr and the like aren't that much different from webrings. Even if you get the post delivered right to you, the people still have their little customized home pages you can visit. I'm glad we have lots of aggregation sites like gelbooru and pixiv(except when they become jews like danbooru and e-hentai), so I don't have to go around through the dozens of bookmarks of Japanese artist sites. Although I still have to for the really old ones that were created back in like 1996. It's sad because no one will archive them due to their archaic art, and if the site goes down, their pictures are lost to the void forever.

A lot of old sites are still up unless the hosts were taking down (which seems to never happen in Japan) so you can just go look for hidden treasures and stuff you missed out on before.

Also if you hate it so much, just make your own site and make some sort of /jp/ web with other /jp/sie sites.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 19:10:50 No.11656728
just cause you're balding at 18 years old doesn't mean you're old enough to talk about the good 'ol days. try getting some interests outside of /jp/ and suddenly the internet is bigger than ever. there's more websites and people on it than ever, but it's smaller? no. you just visit the same stupid shit constantly cause you're a boring uninteresting person of little intellect. 4chan and /jp/ isn't even peanuts on the larger scale of things.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 19:18:32 No.11656746
>>11656728
>4chan and /jp/ isn't even peanuts on the larger scale of things
4chan is actually a fairly large site and its mannerisms leak out into many related smaller communities, as well as polluting the mainstream internet as a whole.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 19:30:12 No.11656779
>>11656728
>you just visit the same stupid shit constantly cause you're a boring uninteresting person of little intellect

You should really direct that at Facebook/Twitter/Tumblr/Youtube users first and foremost.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 19:30:49 No.11656782
>>11656746
one day, probably never, you'll awaken and realize saying a stupid meme for a quick giggle and release of dopamine doesn't matter. it doesn't matter if somebody likes a popular catchphrase or image macro cause it isn't peanuts on the larger scale of things.

4chan isn't a milestone in anything that matters.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 19:35:03 No.11656790
>>11656779
Most people don't diversify their browsing. It doesn't help that Google and friends control search results. If I search for a topic, I get very similar results to everybody else. It doesn't take as much to find a large community or cache of information. We're more likely to all browse the same sites today than we were before.

I remember scouring all kinds of sites for info and now if I need layman it's Wikipedia, otherwise one of the academic databases. That's really good, though, only less exciting. The wild west is gone.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 19:37:45 No.11656796
I could never use anything else after I found imageboards and textboards. Everything identity-based is garbage.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 19:38:05 No.11656797
>>11656779
facebook/twitter/youtube have been used as catalyst to start revolutions and overthrow governments. they're contact points people use for commercial products, business relationships, marketing, and other tangible things that matter.

4chan is not even worth mentioning in the same context.

also, you aren't better than people who use those websites because you can easily hurl insults at the lowest common denominator. the average person on 4chan barely has enough brain functions to even breathe properly.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 19:43:07 No.11656815
>>11656797
Of course not. 4chan is a website for funny pictures. What's with the self-degradation, though? Respect yourself bro!

That's got nothing to do with browsing habit diversity either.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 20:04:48 No.11656896
>>11656815
your issue with browsing diversity is totally invented in your head and isn't an issue in reality. if you sit around refreshing the same things like a stupid monkey then it's cause your low intellect.

having a bunch of fragmented communities isn't cool or good for anything. it's just your mental issues and lack of understanding society suggesting it.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 20:26:35 No.11656950
I sitll have mine, not up but I have the HTML file, it was "The Mecha Site" with info and pictures about all the popular mecha anime between 70's - 00's.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 20:26:55 No.11656953
>>11656896
This sounds like normalfag/crossboarder logic.

Pretty much the only website I visit is /jp/, along with /jp/-related sites like Pixiv and Nico Nico Douga.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 20:30:56 No.11656964

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>>11656950
I forgot the capture.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 20:39:07 No.11656982
>>11656896
I didn't call it an issue.

You're blind if you can't see consumers follow familiar trends. It's a good thing, I love globalization. One love!

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 20:49:50 No.11657007
>>11656964
Care to post a link?

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 20:59:56 No.11657036

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>>11657007
As I said, the site is not up, but I still have the HTML file.

But don't worry, I have a 000webhost account, I also added HTML5 audio tags to the site so you can play the themes. I'll translate the site ASAP.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 21:35:18 No.11657137
All i know is when things were more open for experiment its better. now all we have is 3 game systems with the same shit. its the same with the internet. the next big thing after the internet will be good then it will be shit.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 21:36:09 No.11657140
http://dragonquest.neocities.org/

Www

Is cool.ne.jp still a thing?

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 21:40:02 No.11657149
>>11657140
Made me laugh.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 21:42:51 No.11657160
I think these sties within a site like geosites and webring are amazing, why the fuck did geosites die in the west? I mean you can explore tons of hidden websites and such. I just wonder why they arent popular.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 22:57:35 No.11657424
>>11657137
>now all we have is 3 game systems
What time are you from grandpa? When I was young, it was just Nintendo and Sega and the shit no one cared about. Now it's Sony, MS, and Nintendo, + the shit no one cares about. 3 is better than 2. I mean hell, we actually have a handheld that can stand up to nintendo's handheld now.

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Anonymous 2013-11-26 22:59:02 No.11657431
>>11657160
>>11656413
Why do you keep calling Geocities Geosites?

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Anonymous 2013-11-27 00:11:17 No.11657664
There's something special about coming across old, decrepit, poorly designed geocities.jp sites. It's something very gentle and pensive to just have the internet decay like that, like what I imagine a post-cyberpunk version of YKK would be like.

Gets me every time. ;_;







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