Big fat list of imageboards easily sortable.https://socialwiki.top/wiki/Imageboards4taba2.net is on it too
What is the purpose of these if not to just provide an easy low effort pathway for newfags to enter?
They are for spamming.
>newfagsgo back to 4chan
>>3>pathway for newfags oh noooolike anybody uses and scrolls through 150000 altchans
Based and simply epic teenbros
Here we are 2 years and 2 months later and I checked all of the links. About of half of them are gone. It's true that there are unscrupulous people out there, but in this day and age imageboards need fairly active moderation because the grace period for illegal spam isn't as good as it used to be, so you need people watching the place anyway.Maybe some of these would still be online if there was enough activity for the admins to remain interested? That being said, this stuff should really be categorized because plain lists really aren't beneficial to potential users as much as they are to spammers, manual or automated.
Myself and my colleague Cool have thought that the illegal content has been getting softer in nature (less outright CP and more elluding to it) in response to stricter grace periods. The people putting up these links want them to stay up afterall.Staff for Kissu has my login on 4taba, so we check less due to less posts, but there's equal staff here in any case.
Don't mind me, I'm posting just to encourage my fellow lurkers!The idea of lurking a lot before posting is a nice and polite thing, but it doesn't seem to do much good when the posting level is so low.
> ded linkis it bad not to really fit into 4chan culture but still like using imageboards?i sometimes think of the edgy stuff i used to post, and the people ive met online over the years. there have been people i thought were not really all that great, and i wonder if i am no different than them. a part of me wonders how seriously i took the stuff i would write and i feel more sensitive to posts that i didn't care all that much about when i was younger.also, if anyone sees this post, are there any other comfy social media alternatives you prefer?
>>10I don't think there's anything wrong with that.
>>10yeah, i feel like i used to be a really bad person—or rather, i really regret the person i used to be, being swept up in the on-line crowd and getting in the happenings of weird disturbed "e-celebrity" culture.i won't post the stuff i use now, because gatekeeping or something, and it's more tuned in with my special interests. that said, there's stuff i prefer over others. basically took a huge 180 and i've been pretty content. i have some general gripes about changing myself, but i think i'm ultimately better off, and i can indulge in some of my more schizoid mannerisms when i get the means to do so
>>12 It's easy to get sucked into that stuff and those emotions are how much of the internet works unfortunately. People will eventually, hopefully, take a look at themselves and realize that there's a better way to live, but so many people and algorithms try to keep them engaged. I'm sure you're better off!