firefox crashed again
Sometimes I wish YouTube wasn't such a solid hub for long form tutorials and lectures on so many subjects. It's really useful when looking to learn stuff, but it's so easy to get distracted, and the distractions themselves are rarely anything great.
I, too, wish there was a mirror of carefully curated longform videos, but what can you do?
>>3youtube has become so bad you can usually learn more by reading some ancient lecture slides for five minutes than an hour long video.videos always boil down complex ideas into naive talking points using only intuitive reasoning.it is patronizing to someone that put any effort into learning, and enlightening for zero-agency people that "fucking love science".It has a dangerous spill-over effect where if you try searching other parts of the web you end up finding lots of the same garbage repeated by people that want to be authorities in their gay ass community.I call it the "wired" phenomenon, where you get some mid-wit woman host reading from a script, washed-up "authorities" as guests, pandering/quirky attitude (2009 memes XD), high production value, lots of subtle advertising, and minimal substance.
>>5Of course the most popular stuff is surface level garbage. It's simply what the majority of people are willing to consume. I'm surprised people are still surprised the lowest common denominator is, in fact, the lowest common denominator.
It depends. The stuff I'm drawn to is usually by people who have low production values and may not actually know anything about AV. It's often dry content, but the speaker is earnest. Professor Messer has decent production, but he's also very straight to the point and dry in his lecturing.Of course, there's always MIT Coursework and the like as an alternative.
Posts just linking to other posts are worthless.
Well, in my case at least, thanks for the links. Would have never known otherwise as I only read shitaba these days.
Thanks for the newspost.
Thanks for posting this, I hadn't checked /a/ in a while so I hadn't seen this
If 4taba is so great, why isn't there a 4taba2?
limited time offer, expires next yearhttps://4taba2.net/thread/ho/499
It's a good thing 4taba2 is a thing, because 4taba isn't working for me.
You might be using www.4taba.net. Apparently 4taba isn't part of the world wide web, so just 4taba.net works
funny, I enabled it and it's directing to my 4chan ban logger.taba's nginx config is messy. I'll have to redo it sometime.
>>4Associating one subdomain with one port is just archaic. We should've developed a protocol that runs on port 1 or wherever for port/service negotiation years ago.--> I WANT TO TALK TO YOUR WEB SERVER<-- 80 OKAY, CHECK OUT PORT 80 !or<-- 0 I DON'T HAVE WEB SERVER
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TCP_Port_Service_Multiplexer Oh.Well my idea's still better.
Searching for imageboards is hard, because there is no convinient list with imageboard. I mean, why would you want to visit something you don't like? It would bad for everyone, imageboard users, because they would be pissed off by your behavior, and you, because you don't really like the place. This is why I've made an imageboard list, which allows you to describe common acitivity and things you would like to have on your board, and decribe activity and things you don't want to see on your imageboard. Also, I've updated my imageboard list.Now you can see all imageboards we have in the database.http://electroboard.gaConsider adding your imageboard there. It is free.
public information is free for anyone's use
>>6Why do you hate robot people?
ROBOTS LIEVS MATTER
I'll take a look and contribute some if they aren't already on there. Went through my various bookmarked imageboards recently and it's sad that some have completely died, wiped from the web.
and it's dead
dude wouldn't release his source code
This thread has had a long time coming, but yes, here is the obligatory weird youtube/dailymotion/vimeo/etc video thread. As someone who used to make their own home movies before youtube even existed, I have had an account since I was eleven, when my cool uncle that used to have a basement arcade (before he got married) told me about it in 2006.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m28u9WNVG3khttps://youtu.be/iGEyf5FXYYYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iDDmYnCXkkhttps://youtu.be/s26PGT7_i7chttps://youtu.be/ILIOB-80Kf8https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-eMLXgdgM8https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TnUyq7ZSXghttps://vimeo.com/257998305
>>6https://hooktube.com/watch?v=9K3qDONMULcOk, but remember, you asked for this.
>hold it iny tho
>>7What the fuck. I clicked on this video and the recommended videos managed to be tremendously worsehttps://hooktube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
Are there people who did not learn to recognize that id?
https://yppm.spastics.net/v that channel was hilarious when it was going on, every video the guy was getting crazierhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5adN74aBxZk
The dislike ratio on a lot of this guy's videos are completely neutralhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfz8Iq1a5NL--Qqi9SM3V0w
>>7Ew gross, it's unshaved.>>9Now that's something I've not seen in a long time.
>>4What's the name for this genra of music?
>>5It's Enka but with a hiphop twist, not sure if it has its own term.
Do you know.. what this marker.. CAN DOoOO?
>>9I SAID THAT YOU WILL BELOVE MY BUNGHOLE. Why don't i use tp for my peepee
Do you know.. what my elephant.. CAN DOoOO?
I am pickle rick
>>13You're spending at least 15-20 bucks a month to host a meme imageboard that a few crossposters will use as a virtual shitter.
4taba's nice though. It's one of very few imageboards where there really isn't a set topic but it's also not garbage
Discuss dead websites here.I found this really old anime website (waku.com) that seemed to collect lewd anime images, movies and doujinshi which they put on CDs and sold over the Internet. They seemed to start selling manga and toys later. There seems to have also been an Anime Picture Gallery with over 20801 entries and you could upload your own images there (sadly none survived). Most of the site has been archived poorly with barely any images surviving and the ancient server backend of the site causes a bunch of weird redirects to blank pages, but I managed to find these somewhat working pages:https://web.archive.org/web/19970412081402/http://www.waku.com/https://web.archive.org/web/19990127225054/http://www.waku.com/menu/center.idchttps://web.archive.org/web/19961214164143/http://www.waku.com/cdrom2.htmlAny oldfags that remember this site?
>>1I don't, but here's a site with a similar layout/aesthetic http://momo.hanya-n.net/
I miss when the western anime community was smaller and more niche, and the only anime the mainstream cared about was the super commercial shit like dragonball and pokemon. Nowadays you have a bunch of dipshits on Twitter making Jojo references like it's the height of comedy and a bunch of self proclaimed "gamers" with waifu avatars making untrue statements about Japanese culture to support their political views.
>>4Even kids that could be considered "normalfags" watched anime back in the day dude. Toonami started around the very end of the 90s, and school kids were already obsessed over shows like yu hakusho, dbz, sailor moon, tenchi muyo, etc. Then those same kids became teenagers in the early 2000s and that's where the loads and loads of autistic art galleries and fanfiction began. As far as the incompetent jojofags that can't pirate for shit and dream of going to Japan go, they'll move on from being retarded eventually; and then the next trend for autistic will come and you'll still be frothing at the mouth with anger. My advice to you would be to stop browsing twitter if all it does is get you riled up
Japanese game reverse engineering site.https://web.archive.org/web/20050622074312/http://gamereverserz.cjb.net/
>>7It'd be nice to stand here and go "Durr Hurr Hurr, I'm not a degenerate so Neo-Puritanism doesn't affect me!", but really I think everybody online is going to find themselves getting harassed unless they go out of their way to avoid major sites. The court of the online public do not honor due process, and accusation are enough to get a whole mob after a person. Cases where the accusations turn out to be correct (Like the recent Smash and Evo drama where to accused admitted their misconduct) will make the mob bolder, such that if the mob is proven to be wrong, they would likely just brush it off as nothing important.The solution seems to be "don't have nasty fetishes", but you and I know that nearly everyone online had skeletons in their closet. There are no saints here, but there are vigilantes.
The trouble is that there is no singular "mob". The web has so many people on it nowadays that, statistically, a no matter what you say or do, you'll have a million people who want you dead for it.
what happened to 4taba 1?
>>8nice. i like the flash board hope it survives 2020
>>11 Where is everyone anyhow? I only know this website
>>15Still here. He's referring to 4taba almost shutting down when tabamin stepped down.
How about you join the webring, lad? We'd really like to have you with us.Also, thanks for providing a home for /librejp/.
>>3 >>4He's talking about a thing people did prior to Web 2.0 consolidating traffic in to a handful of sites. Sites about a similar subject would link to each other, so they would share traffic with each other.
The webring is at best a hobby group with lots of flamboyant political activism. At worst it's just raving about minorities in the USA. It's designed to be an alternative to 8ch which after it got shutdown for a series of shootings in religious buildings, decided it was going to center itself around supporting the Trump cult(banning lolicon, forming it's on PAC etc.).Currently in my opinion "the webring" as they all it is likely or inadvertently a good way for you to get a site to support political motivations; giving your site a population boost at the cost of becoming another house for that annoying conservative movement that's trying to be everywhere on the Internet.
I thought lizchan died because there was nobody to pay the bills.
The name field exists for a reason. If using it were a universally bad thing it wouldn't be there to begin with.The OP asked the person running the site to join the webring, so the person running the site responded. Verniy's identity was important within the context of the conversation.
he's a namefag for the virtue of having a name, being the admin doesn't remove him from that.though it's better to stay hidden and far away from the webring, not because of political autism, but of imageboard drama autism. I can't stand that lizchan ended up dying because some sperg from the webring started to throw false accusations at the admin
1. Who are you quoting?2. He's the admin you dip3. Rude
The librejp people are gone, how sad.
>>7>Walmart>religious building checks out
who are you quoting?
how about you check these dubs
I didn't see a thread about this subject when lurking around, and I was curious about what sort of stuff Taba listens to aside from singles.Internet Radio seems a bit quant in the face of streaming services like Spotify and the like, but I've been enjoying being able to listen to music online without signing up for yet another service. But I'm also the kind of fossil that still downloads music files, so I guess I'm odd anyway. I ran in to GoodVibes a few months ago, and have been using that for the radio stations I listen to, like BitJam and Ryno Ryno.Most of the podcasts I listen to have been NPR stuff, like "This American Life", "Serial", "S Town", etc. I guess that would count as entry level fair, but it's still nice and pleasent to listen to in general. I also used to listen to Chris Oatley's podcast for concept art.Librivox has been my go to for audiobooks, which apparently /lit/ hates. It's been really useful in finding longform stories and philosophy which I lack the attention span to read properly.
I don't listen to much of anything. Admitting you listen to music by way of YouTube videos is pretty much the same as admitting you stream anime. I did like this defunct website from a few years ago that pulled from YouTube and let you share what you liked with others though.https://www.are.na/the-curator/internet-radio-nu1xyl_qh68 has some internet radios I've found.
I rarely listen to the radio because I have an extensive music collection but I know a few. I've never really been into podcasts and audiobooks https://www.intergalactic.fm/https://chiru.no/https://plaza.one/http://radio.garden
nice, chiru stopped being dead
I found this Japanese traditional radio station that also has a web stream. It plays a lot of Western jazz and oldies as well as Japanese ones though.http://www.beachfm.co.jp/radio/
>>2This is probably something I would have done if I had a CD/DVD burning on my computer. I used to do that sort of thing all the time when I was younger, especially since I did a lot of walking around for long periods of time. Not having to change CDs mid-walk was very convenient.It wasn't till later that I got in to listening to audiobooks. I got curious about philosophy, but lacked the attention span to sit down and read for long period of time, so I popped some audio files in to my mp3 player and listened to them as I walk/ran outside.
Internet radio, in my opinion, still fulfills a niche purpose. It's just as easy to use as Spotify or YT and others, simply open the stream in your browser and click play. The major benefit over other streaming services being that it's free. You can get constant new music via other services but at a price, and none of them are as robust or varied as a radio station. Beyond that there's a certain character to radio hosts and an excitement in looking forward to their weekly or daily shows and catching them. Hosting your own internet radio station is a fun little project as well. When you host with Icecast (free & open source alternative to ShoutCast, both of them configurable media streaming servers) your stream is added to a YellowPages directory of Icecast streams across the globe. You can browse this at https://dir.xiph.org/ - some streams are tagged with searchable genres or styles. I really like finding the odd ones and seeing what is playing.Some other stations I regularly tune into:https://datafruits.fm/https://anonradio.net/ - SDF public radio station
Hi /ot/. I made a website inspired by ACFX uploader and Futaba's upload board since it didn't seem to have an english equivalent. I made it by translating a Japanese script into English.
Did you forget the link?
Reminds me of this time a guy on /qa/ recreated /rs/.
>>2Don't worry, he posted it on every other imageboard https://2ちゃん.net/
I wish I felt like posting here more. Anyway, here's my wife.
I wish everyone here didnt have such a stick in their ass and ruin the allusions of a "peaceful board". This site has gotten a lot more hostile after tabadmin transferred ownership to the kissudotmoe guy
He's right you know. 4taba has been a part of the 4chanx-kissu webring, but who's behind the management is important.
I disagree. Nothing of importance really changed in 4taba's culture after the takeover.If you're talking about the increased prevalence of side-threads, it's because Verniy explained how to use them in the about page, whereas before you'd need to figure out how they worked by word of mouth
hey flip you too
>>2I blame /co/fags.
Discussion of cartoons has always been relatively small compared to that of Japanese otaku culture.Also, there's plenty of people who like both cartoons and anime. It's not an either/or thing.
>>3what the hell does that even mean? Everyone here posts anime
I blame people bringing up the pigs.
>>3you were already saying this before it was shit>>2 tabamin didn't get fed up with it out of tin hair, it started going sour sooner than that.
Tabamin stepped down because he didn't like the responsibility. He's still an active user here.As for 4taba itself, it's definitely changed over the years, but it's not shit now. Hell, I'd say it's actually improved. It's developed its own personality distinct from other imageboards which is a very rare thing.