i see you are also using futaba
this man walks the righteous path
That is a nice way of browsing 22chan! The new computer stuff is nice, but it is very bland.
You're too young to remember most of the old internet and you didn't see the old internet before 2007 you only used it during its few final years also 2014 is not old internet that is modern day social media the old internet died after early 2010 and your generation grew up with smartphones and social media you were too young to engage in popular culture and probably didn't have a flip phone back in 2007 either.
Sorry but it is just the truth anyone born after 1999 is too young to remember the old internet the older zoomers were the last generation to actually experience the old internet.
Seriously though why is almost everyone on this site a kid? You guys don't even remember the old internet culture.
The people who are come and go, at least no one is pretending to be kkkewl hip le old internet users and pretended that they somehow used AOL on some mac computer to be some internet celeb. If you have, good for you and you should totally talk about the time you had, share some funny stories or whatever.
I was born in 2000 and started browsing the interweb around 2006
think I may have found a regular pornsite a while later, I was always a lonerfag so it really felt like home, a place where people actually acted in earnest.
and now here I am hoping that if I look long enough I might find something like that again while reminiscing with a bunch of other fags over the internet that was.
god how did it all go so wrong so fast.
>>9816>god how did it all go so wrong so fast.
The iPhone happened. It made social media accessible to even the dumbest of normalfags. They have flooded the internet and have ruined everything.
yeah, from what i read ypu actually had to be technically oriented in order to even use a computer and get access to those old usenet newsgroups
That's pretty funny, thanks for sharing anon
I shall play you the song of my peoplehttps://youtube.com/watch?v=oNZQBIJ51lwYou rolled the number 53201067 (no dubs or higher)
I'm 28, born in 2002>the old internet
I remember watching youtube when I was younger and seeing the site grow.
And playing shidty browser games and angry birdson an lg mobile phone.
Can't remember much, I think I started browsing the internet in around 2009-2012.
And looking at lewd ish animu characters to porn around 2011-14.
That's about it.
You're too young to remember the old internet the old internet is 1989-Early 2010
If you were born after the late 90s you're too young to remember the old internet.
People born in 2002 were too young to use Myspace when it was popular and by the time they started using YouTube it wasn't cool anymore and had already gone downhill.
Like i said before why is almost everyone on this site a kid? You guys don't even remember 90s and 2000s culture.
There is no double spacing so therefore it is not plebbit spacing, it's more like what >>9565
-san posted, pic related which is much older, but still annoying.
Back when they used to be a flash player
I don't use plebbit.
In all seriousness, why does plebbit work like that? Is there an actual reason?
It seems like a really shidty design.
Yeah, unintuitive and doesn't make too much sense. I guess it has something to do with them wanting to treat newlines as "paragraphs"
I don't believe one can put a set date on when the Internet was kill. I guess the corporate takeover started around 2007, but it was gradual. Perhaps by 2013 most of what was good was sucked into the void, but even then, you can't put an exact date on it.
Perhaps it's nostalgia for each one of us to set a date, perhaps we lost a lot in our lives and ascribe what we lost to the world changing if that makes sense.
Pic related. Old computer site I went on a lot back then. Perhaps the internet seemed so large then, but sadly everything congealed into what we have today, only 4-5 sites you'd frequent. It was a strange time to say the least. Well, the internet will never die. We will still have small sites, who won't submit to the tyranny, like here, as long as the Internet survives.
I know this is a dumb thought, but what if anthropologists, historians, linguistics, etc 3000 years from now look back at these old sites from the 2000s? How will the internet even be by then? It puts into perspective how small we all are I guess.
>>9888>Perhaps the internet seemed so large then, but sadly everything congealed into what we have today, only 4-5 sites you'd frequent.
Lately, I've been deliberately avoiding large websites, going to smaller sites, and checking different sites every day instead of the same old stuff.
>>9888>I don't believe one can put a set date on when the Internet was kill.
>>9888> I guess the corporate takeover started around 2007,
Yes the corporate takeover started around 2006/2007 but it was actually 2009/2010 when the decline started and by 2012 everything went to shid.
Although the iPhone was introduced in 2007, for a few years it was seen as a novelty given its outrageous price at the time. The Android was introduced not long after, but it wasn’t really until 2009 2010 that smartphones took off and started becoming common. Smartphones became popular around 2012 before that it was mostly common for people to just have a regular dumb phone and most people still had to use a desktop PC to access the internet back then because the internet on dumb phones was absolute shid. In 2008 the use of smartphones were less than 10% and dumb phones were around 70%. Dumb phones stayed around 70% up till 2010. In 2011 the percentage did start to go down and smartphones just started to go up but dumb phones were still the most common. 2012 was when smartphones took its place in being used more. After 2012 dumb phones were not common at all anymore. What's crazy is that it wasn't that long ago but a lot of people act like it was. In 2009 or 2010 you didn't see a lot of people walking around with smartphones and you would have never really seen 11 year olds watching YouTube on iphones. If you had a smartphone prior to the early 2010s you were probably rich a spoiled kid or someone who was an important person with high social status.
Regarding social media back then it wasn't called social media it was called social networking the internet at that time meant something completely different it was about expressing yourself having fun and making new frens and while i do miss Myspace i will admit it did plant the seeds for what would later become social media. In 2007/2008 most people used both Myspace and Facebook but preferred Myspace because of profile customization. It wasn't until mid 2010 when they got rid of it that people left Myspace for Facebook completely and twotter and Tumblr may have came out at the time but they didn't go mainstream and take off until the early 2010s.
The 2005-2008 era was the last good era of the internet and the last era where there was actually a disconnect between the internet and real life and you could actually log off the internet completely. When smartphones started becoming more common and affordable around 2009/2010 that was when everything started going downhill and people who didn't know how to use a computer now had access to the internet and by 2012 the old internet was dead.
I was born in the early 2010s and I clearly remember that the internet was a lot better back in 2015!
[spoiler]Jokes aside, I think that even people who never experienced how it was like being in that time can be fascinated by the old internet, and so be kinda proud of the few remaining things they got to witness themselves[/spoiler]
at 22chan, normalfags are more of a "all encompassing" thing. normalfag lingo, memes, success and social status. all heavily discouraged and b&. yeah i guess there is the issue of this thread where it say's > Note if you're born after the late 90s with the exception of some people 2000 at the latest you are too young to remember the old internet and do not belong in this thread if you're born in 2005 GTFO.
and yet people who havent really actually experienced old internet culture are posting. if you feel like thats an issue, go to >>>/sg/
most people really do like it though and they really wished to have been apart of it, so they just read lurkmoar or comb through archives to at least apprecate it.> websites like this are so heavily based around the nostalgia of old internet culture
not really the point of 22chan, although it is a topic that's popular. also late 90's and early 2000's cartoons.You rolled the number 702973403 (no dubs or higher)
Also blame phoneposting. There's a function for the digital keyboard that does that automatically.
I don't get it. What's wrong with my post?
There will always be good stuff on the internet. Sure, nowadays it's harder to come by, but to me... the internet will never truly die.
Culture changes, the world withers, but there will always be beauty to find. Just look at this site.
Here's a bunch of a regular pornsite archived threads from 2006-2008.
It's seems to be all /a/, as I haven't found any other boards in the little I've looked through. There also don't seem to be any images, either, just text.https://4museum.neocities.org/
I started using the internet around 2003, I was 13 yo at that time. The first two things I typed into search bar were "Sonic the hedgehog" and "hentai" lol. Literally two things that interested me most at the time (and probably still do).
Do you remember what is the first thing you've searched on web when you got online?
lol it was actually "fluffy cats"
Slides from a 2010 MIT presentation about a regular pornsite and anonymity https://archive.org/details/slideplayer-2760618
god imagine being that guy