>On August 29, 2016, Max Goldberg announced that YTMND would likely soon be shutting down, citing ill health and the site's inability to fund its own hosting fees from ad revenue. Goldberg stated "Besides being a time capsule I don’t really see a reason for it to continue to exist... It seems like the internet has moved on...And I’ve moved on too. I don’t have much interest in the site beyond it being good memories." Despite this, the site remains open as of March 2019. On May 12, 2018, the site stopped accepting new user signups as a result of Google shutting down version 1 of its ReCAPTCHA anti-spam mechanism. On May 12, 2019. On May 13th, 2019, the website was permanently shut down; any attempts to connect to the website now results in timeout errors. It's dead, Jim
>>70958701hasn't been relevant since youtube became even remotely semi popular
>>70958701Rest in peace Moonman
Rest in peace. I just wish he would have uploaded an archive torrent of every YTMND
some great posters but the medium had gone as far as it could
I remember being in computer lab in school and visiting a YTMND page that showed Christina Aguilera with swastikas carved into her head. The proctor remotely viewed my computer and asked what the fuck is wrong with me.
*you are now hearing gay fuel in your head*
Had a lot of fun with this site. Even made stupid shit that occasionally made it on the front page for extended periods of time. To think we just made content for the sole purpose of getting noticed and laughing rather than trying to make money.F
>>70958701At least he still has http://dustindiamond.com/ up
>>70958701I already miss it. We should have backed it up.
>>70958701Rest in peace :(
I would probably not know or care about music from outside the USA if it were not for ytmnd, but thanks to this website my high school years were full of super eurobeat and other amazing music from around the world and the internetlol internet indeed
>>70959173steamsteamlol really summed up early 2000s web culture. Everything was fun and exciting, nobody took shit seriously, and everyone was entertained by simplistic silly shit
>>70958701I now know what YTMND stands for. Thanks anon. I kept hearing everyone talk about it and i thought it was short for something Youtube related.
RIP in peace.It was a relic of a different era. I think it should have stayed around as a time capsule.>>70959232Sums it up perfectly.Internet back then was like hanging out with your friends and cracking open a beer and having a laugh.
I hope the archive gets saved.Recently I learned the original Space Jam website is still being maintained by Warner Bros. You can even still watch tiny Quicktime videos of "behind the scenes Michael Jordan" clips if you have a browser that supports it. It's got the stupid fucking background every 90s website had and it had no cohesive layout whatsoever. Stuff like that is so rare today.
>>70958701Don't even know what this irrelevant boomer tier site is. Clearly it had little to no impact on the world since no one has ever heard of it.
FDownloaded the soundtracks again a couple weeks ago. I'll miss the site but I suppose it had it's time.
>>70958701Nothing will fill the void in my heart. Not even Doom music.
>>70958701>>70959282Yeah, before normies and SJWs infested the place.>>70959311You the person who makes an ass of themselves at a funeral aren't ya?
People got so flustered when someone would point out their dumb Japanese cartoons all had the same generic face.It wasn't even a new meme or anything, it's just that nobody paid attention until it targeted anime.
>>70958701Punch the keys for god's sake
>>70959377>sort comments by newest first>read first twenty comments
>>70959392lol Aaron needs a time out.
>>70959392wtf, he's been posting for weeks, it just keeps going. holy shit.
>>70959421This guy's crazy, look at his videos.
>>70958701>lol, internet>NEDM>Nigga stole my bike>Picard song>Tourettes guy>Brian Peppers>Nazi secret montage>HP7 spoilers>Moon ManAnd there are many other random fads I probably missed.RIP in piece, YTMND. It was a goldmine of OG content.
fuck, I remember migrating from ytmnd in 06.F
>>70959421>>70959436>>70959453It's just a bot, guys. He's even friends with another guy on youtube that has the same name as hit with one letter changed.
Who cares it was owned by a kike
>>7095948205 and 06 on ytmnd was basically just /b/ with sound.
>>70959485Go back to /pol/, cretin. Let the oldfags reminisce of a better time-- a time before the smartphones, before the cancer of identity politics swallowed the internet whole. You may not know of those days, as most /pol/ scum such as yourself was just beginning to learn the craft of glue sniffing and crayon eating, but you still must show some respect. This was site founded by pedos, weebs, and all around weirdos. Never forget that.
>>70959528To be fair, I remember frequent mockery back in the day over Mr. Goldberg's flagrant jewery. Even Ebaum's dad made a dig about it.
Thankfully archive.org seems to have saved some of the content. I went to the latest archive of the main page and was able to load a fad.
Never heard of it before. I'm not american.
>>70958739Now I'm sad
>>70959173I love you for that
>>70959592that came a bit later than peak ytmnd
>>70958721And yet it still was better than 99% of YouTube.
>>70959463>>>HP7 spoilersNOOOOOOOOO YOU BITCHGood times. Fuck this has got me down now
>>70959611Harry Potter 6, anon.By the time the seventh book came out, everyone was ready with completely fake spoilers in order to overload the spoiler feed and prevent real spoilers from being believable.
>>70959627I remember some vids of people going into shops with megaphones and reading off the spoilers but it never had the same impact as the sixth did.I'll also miss the "sonic says" ones, they were pretty amusing.
>>70959608Pure contrarian delusion
>>70958701Brings back memories, goodbye old friend.
>>70959463We are of a dying breed. charge up your lazarr
>>70959673YouTube is filled with retards trying to get e-famous and corporate shills. YTMND was goofy shit. I will admit that nostalgia goggles are probably a big factor.
>>70959598Did it? What is love though
goodnight, sweet prince
>>70959483no, he's a schizo autist, i run a channel that did nothing but old videogame videos for a while and it attracted thishttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm3-xzJ-S15up0696WQnO7glook at the playlists, it also left similar word salad comments, it has an unknown amount of alts as well
>>70959739my bad, that's one of his altsthis is the sperg's main acchttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbLXM5LN1jpeDXudt6Dl65walso check the absurd amount of channels they're subbed to
>>70959673youtube had very little oc in the beginning so one could argue ytmnd was better even if it was for a brief period of timethat format was never going to allow for the site to thrive and they did very little to adapt to the times, most likely because they weren't interestedthat said, newgrounds is still around so who knows?
Just reminds me 4ch will die the same way one day
>>70958701Fuck that's depressing.
I don't know what ytmnd is.But then again I never liked youtube.
>>70959776No, you're just a zoomer.
>>70959825lol I'm almost 40.ytmd was literally the zoomer shit I ignored.
>>70959834how dead end is your life that you're tripfagging on 4chan at 40
>>70959841Dead end?I'm shitposting during the intro to the latest Black Clover while I drink IPA beer laying in bed with no kids or wife to interrupt me.
>>70959834I suspect you're being a contrarian faggot then.I recall most net savvy posters having a negative opinion of YTMND back in the day but they wouldn't be obstinate enough to pretend they weren't even aware of it.
>>70959852yeah thats exactly my point
>>70959852Wow I'm half your age and am doing the same thing (minus the weeb shit). You must be proud of your accomplishments.
>>70959855Unless they intentionally scoffed when people brought it up and only have a vague recollection of some video collage shit.I literally don't know more than that and if that's all it really was who the fuck cares.
>>70959852lmaoing at your life
>>70959852How is life when you're 40? I'm 30 now and feels like time has zipped by.
>>70959879Honestly it feels the same as when I was 25 only I don't get laid anymore.
>>70959761>youtube had very little oc in the beginningnigger what
>>70959855I'm with him, don't act like everyone loves your faggy meme sites, I never visited it either
>>70959897Don't you know? YouTube just showed reruns of TV shows until PewDiePie came along
>>70959897get screened for early-onset alzheimer'sit was mostly reposted shit in the beginning
you're the man now, dog
>>70959712I miss the ironic shitposting, and every anon just shitting on each other for the heck of it. Fuck post Habbo/Scientology 4chan. Normalfags ruin everything.
>>70958701Holy fuck I was on ytmnd like two days ago looking at old sites... RIP :,(
>>70959946>every anon just shitting on each other for the heck of it.Wait I still do this. do other posters think I'm being serious?
YTMND IS DEADLANDO IS NOT
>>70959914This literally happens more now, there are 24/7 streams of like every big cartoon>>70959925Sure, there was plenty of that. I even reposted my friend's repost one time. But we also both made OC. Now it's almost exclusively cookie cutter bullshit with zero originality
>>70959946>implying I don't miss it dearly too>in the year 2019>implying the internet is even fun anymore>ishygddt
Kirk Douglas outlived it, but still didn't get is sundae.
>>70959968You'd be surprised. Most anons who are newfags themselves from Reddit get triggered here.
>>70959975reminder that every single prominent YTMND meme was just ripped off of Something Awful
>>70959885lol, I only got laid with one girl when I was 21 and then never again after that.
>>70958701I'm 22 and what is this?
>>70959975>But we also both made OCi didn't say there wasn't but it certainly wasn't the main focus of the platform at that time unlike ytmnd>Now it's almost exclusively cookie cutter bullshit with zero originalitybecause faggots found out they could live off it and it's increasingly becoming more depressing>>70959987>content gets recycledthis is shocking news anon
(((Goldberg)))Seriously, what was so special about that website? Never heard it until this thread.
>>70960013fuck off zoomer
>>70960012>wasn't the main focusOkay, that's mostly fair, but it also implies that there was any main focus at all. Also, look at the #1 most subbed over time. Smosh, Fred, NigaHiga, PewDiePie. To your point though, RayWilliamJohnson did take the spot for a while and he was nearly the pinnacle of unoriginality and progenitor of the trash we see today. BUT, I would argue that the community in the past always primarily valued originality and viewed that as the conerstone of YT, whereas the rest was just noise
>>70960013see >>70959528>>70960067i agree that the signal to noise ratio back then was much higher than it is now, which makes finding original content even harder nowadayssaddest part? most of those channels have fuck all subscribers because they get browbeaten by algorithms into producing short and formulaic content to feed the adhd zoomerbase
>>70960057shut up idiot, I asked a simple question.>>70960115ty
>>70958701>once its on the internet its there fore-
>>70958701you fired your laz0r into my heart >F
>>70960217Well, there's archived pages of it so in a way, yes, it's still there.
Farchive.org has it saved, however we don't have a full searchable archive. hopefully the data is still there and a proper archive will be made.
>>70959463I'm glad this fedora and incel humor era of the internet is over unironically
It's been a long time coming but this really has me kind of down.I haven't been this fucked up about a site shutting down since flashring.com got killed.Every good site is either getting shutdown or has turned to absolute shit.It's only further down hill from here guys.
>>70960838Do you honestly think the current state of the internet is an improvement?
>>70960838Said it like a true zoomer.
>>70960838Time to kill yourself, zoomer
>>70958701He took it to the limit, brothers. I used to spend hours on that site but once youtube came along it was only a matter of time. F for the glory days of the internet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuqEpjcBfaU
>>70960838this was long before fedoras, zoomeryou weren't there man. You could get away from politics then, nobody took anything seriously, no attention economy, no ruining people's lives over old tweets, no attempting to spread lies with govt money, no trying to wipe out entire ways of life just because someone told them they should. Look I realize that's all you know and you just can't understand, but it was a playground for everyone not a place where people try to fuck each other over culturally and financially irl like it is now. RIP
>>70959311t. bike stealing nigger
RIPit was a different time for the internet. People fucked around just to laugh
>>70959311>>70959573 I'm American.>>70960010 I'm younger.>>70960013 Ist immer die juden.I never heard of it either, sounds boomer core.
I was late to the meme train, but through r9k I discovered the rikerpeeks ytmnd which led me to this delightful movie, which I'll always associate with my great memories from early r9k.
>>70961137thats sadmax sounds like a depressed boomershould give it off to other people who are enthusiastic about it
https://www.archiveteam.org/index.php?title=YTMND>The owner has kindly offered to give us the (anonymized) database and the content. The storage cost is about 1.7 TB for the content, and the MySQL database is about 180 GB.Sweethttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-DMIf-WZYU
>>70961826I'm pretty surprised to hear the DB is that big desu. I've seen some pretty big sites end up running with < 1GB of database data.
>website as a servicenot even once
>Error: You are temporarily blocked from posting for violating /g/ 1 - Off-Topic, Technology Only.This block will expire in 1 minute. janny got salty
>>70958701Nearly 2 decades later and I've still never been to that shithole.
>smartphones have lowered the barrier of entry so much that every soccer mom and grandma is now on the internet>the vast majority of internet traffic is centralized to a handful of sites, who have such a massive userbase and generate so much profit that smaller sites are completely unable to stay afloat or compete>unique sites and communities centered around different topics have been nearly completely replaced by soulless subreddits and wikis>these communities all look almost exactly the same, since they all follow the same templates>despite this approach bringing more people together than ever before and communities being larger than ever before, the content on these subreddits, imageboards, and wikis gets more and more standardized over time, with less creativity>rather than communities of individuals each with their own unique viewpoints and outlooks, these communities are functioning more and more like hiveminds>the old attitude of "never ever post your personal info on the internet" has been replaced with "if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to hear", and reactions of suspicion if you choose not to share your personal life online or sign up for a social media account>the internet has been taken from us by big corporations bringing their golems online through smartphones and it's never coming backIs there any hope left, /g/?
>>70963892Of course there is. But for real? No.
>>70959341>>70959056>>70959463>>70959485>>70959560>>70960013>>70960115>>70961275>>70963253>>70963892>70959528stormfont is older than 4chan
>>70959768tb h it already has.>70959946 >70959984 >70959968obvious hypocrite newfags>70960853 >70961006 >70961032 >70961275imagine being triggered by a harmless shitpost.imagine coming here post 2012 and thinking that "ironic shitposting" and "ishygddt" memes was the original culture.imagine conflating that sort of humor with !BE/4wes0mE tier stupidity as "trolling", and thinking it is good
>>70963892No hope anon. Nowadays I spend my time online browsing 4chan as it's the last place with any semblance of originality or personality. The internet we knew is dead.
>>70964434it was fucking annoying when people would rip the gif/audio from a ytmnd and make a much shittier version, 4chan memes are exactly the same way
>>70960185>shut up idiot, I asked a simple question.That's the problem; you asked a question that could be answered by typing YTMND on any search engine, on Wikipedia, on ED or on any of the thousands of gay "meme wikis". Hell, practically any website on the Internet with a search bar is likely to yield useful results. You'll always find hostility if you seem like you're unwilling to take even the simplest, easiest of steps. If you're still confused after looking into the subject a bit, you might get an actual response with a question like "I'd never heard of this site before and doing some research, I still don't get why it was notable. Any first hand experiences?"It was popular because it allowed just about anyone to make new or derivative multimedia without touching Flash. Any ol' dummy (and I mean this endearingly) could cobble together a page with an image, some text and an audio loop, and engage with the community. It became even more popular as it grew into a cybercultural hub of sorts, then died because of YouTube. I'll let you look up what the site is/was, though.
>>70960217>once its on the internet its there foreverI've always hated that idea because it's so obviously wrong. People who don't know what they're talking about (ie: boomers) think that anything on the Internet is completely set in stone forever for some reason, but it's easily one of the most impermanent media out there. Barely anyone that runs a site has a plan for what to do with their archives once they inevitably shut down, and major ones actively focus on looking at hot new shit while relegating everything else to the pile until they die and take their archives with them. If it weren't for active third-party efforts to save everything, there would be virtually no record of what things were like before the exact moment you see it, and even then they only have what people think to save in the first place. It's almost sad, because there's likely been great content that's just disappeared forever because nobody backed it up and it got scrubbed from existence when a server was turned off.I'm kind of horrified to think about what it will look like when YouTube shuts down.
>>70959299>>70959312>>70959331>>70959377>>70959482>>70959804>>70960606>>70964461>le F xDDDD>advertising call of duty, a cringe nonfree video game seriesManchild NPCs
>>70964973it's amazing that you take issue with people paying respect and not with zoomers and poltards shitting up the thread with their cancer... you're probably one of themi bet you're the type of retard that shrieks autistically at people singing happy birthday because it's a copyrighted song
Is their a dump or mirror?I missing some.
>>70965084You missing some what?
>>70961826Is that availible to download?
Not even doom music could save it.
am i a zoomer if i only knew of ytmnd's existence because of the fact it shut down?
>>70963892>startup sites can't make enough money to stay open without stooping to the same level as the oligopoly you're trying to overthrow, and even then there's a decent chance they'll just get flooded by /pol/shits who scare off everyone else because they think "we don't like google" and "please shitpost about jews more" are the same thing>going through the government won't work because the majority of Congress gives 0 fucks about breaking up businesses and the amount of lobbying required to get them to do anything would bankrupt Bezos>subverting tech companies from within isn't even an option because they all have insular communities that range from standard hivemind shit to a full-on cult of personalityI'd like to think there's hope, but the only angle I can see is subtly manipulating public opinion, certain politicians, and media outlets to be as hostile to tech companies as possible, until there's major public support for breaking them up and one of the major parties supports it to the point where you have to be on board with that to be viewed as electable.Essentially you'd have to have shadow government style influence over American society for it to be possible within a feasible timespan.
>>70965178At least a honorary zoomer, if you don't fit into the age range. Even my non-VORE (non-very-online-retard) friends would go "oh yeah, that site, damn" if I mentioned that it died. What did you frequent, instead? I'm curious to know what a Newfag's Journey through the Internet looks like.
>>70959761>youtube had very little oc in the beginning???????????
>>70965346anyone who uses boomer/zoomer unironically is a newfag
>>70965178I'm a zoomer and even I remember YTMND. I grew up on that shit.
This is sad, went there before I even knew what 4chan was.
>>70959852>Black CloverThat show's fun on Toonami. So many good intros from it. OP 6 right now I keep having on repeat. BTW 33 here.
ytmnd was my first real experience with internet culture, all the back when I was about 7 years old. I didn't find 4chan until a few years later.>>70965084>>70965119Im downloading this all and I'll sift through it.https://archive.org/details/archiveteam_ytmnd
>>70965595Listen, kid... I served in the meme wars... You refer to me as "sir" and you say "yes sir" when I speak.
>>70965777>meme warsJesus fucking Christ I know you're joking but there are actually people who think like that
>>70965031I believe you have been baited, anon.
>>70963892I don't even know why I bother anymore, it's all going to be dust, replaced by corporatised trash. The only thing to be happy about was to be born just early enough to partake in the early days, that didn't last half as long as they should've done.
>>70966226>abp and uboAre you retarded
imagine the shitstorm when youtube shuts down
>>70966743>implying that will ever happen
>tfw used to be a mod on the site and fourms
>>70966743YouTube is a huge corporate entity, so that's pretty different
>>70966743God I wish it would
>>70959232>>70959282>>70959341The old web will never come back now that cringe culture is in full force. Everything has to be under 100,000 different layers of irony now.
>>70958701>Jon Luc Picard>The mad Ex Girlfriend text>Banana Phone >Peanut butter jelly>NEDM>Leather BeltFuck man such great times.
>>70967637And nobody uses the word 'irony' correctly
>>70959311>No one heard of itIt was a time until normalfags like you came up to ruin this site you would not understand.
>>70959946>I miss the ironic shitposting, and every anon just shitting on each other for the heck of it.I do as well. I always get that sense that everything feels forced and is under layers of people trying to push a message to other parts of the board or easily get upset over a joke than to make something original like some lolrandom or ironic faggotry.
>>70959979>implying the internet is even fun anymoreFucking tell me about it. Why the fuck am I still even here. I could've actually done something with my life by now.
>>70961275>this was long before fedoras, zoomeryou weren't there man. You could get away from politics then, nobody took anything seriously, no attention economy, no ruining people's lives over old tweets, no attempting to spread lies with govt money, no trying to wipe out entire ways of life just because someone told them they should. >TFW I remember this at 29 years oldMan the internet was such a fucking different time back then. People always went away to escape from news, Economics and politics to have fun and make stupid shit for the satisfaction of themselves and friends. Or fucked with each other for laughs.
>>70966743I hope so. Honestly it would free up the internet for more federated communities.
>>70967692>tfw your favourite was that wow video where they grief some guy's funeral where people were making a line to pay respects and all>tfw forgot the name of itat least I have the memories
Did anyone actually even go to the fucking site?>YTMND is down for temporary maintenanceOr is it such a rush to go MEMBAH? I MEMBAH? or 'I was in the secret treehouse before you' even though the treefort fell long ago, and we're just playing in the rubble.
>>70958739Moonman lives, he's just on bitchute now.
>>70969084https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEpv7YxnLCQi got you breh
>>70965549Thank you Big Man Tyrone
>>70969117It was actually down this morning
>>70969151>she loved fishing, and snow, and pvpgod i love this video
>>70965178>zoomer>doesn't know what ytmnd is>knows who bubsy is
>>70958701>come back the next day>this thread is still upI'm fuckin' proud of you guys. When the time comes, may 4chan's send-off be at least as good.
The jail is like.... zip zop zoobity bop!
>>70961397I miss it dearly.
>>70970551The sad thing is that on any platform where you could post about it, you'd probably get flooded with people saying "ew isn't that the nazi site, glad its gone"
>>70970876I'll be glad when this place is gone. I'll finally be free. 15 years is too long a time.
>>70966743I could see Youtube sticking around for centuries.
>>70970883I know it'll probably be a good thing in the end, but I'll miss this place when it finally goes under.
>YTMND is down for temporary maintenance. This gives us time to optimize the database, free up unused space, deploy new features, and generally just break stuff. This should not take very long, so feel free to stick around and chat or go away. If you have any trouble accessing the site, or concerns about the direction in which your life is heading, feel free to send an email to support @ ytmnd.com (and expect to be ignored).Relax you fake mourners. It's still up, just being reworked. Feel free to continue not visiting them.
>>70969151God I fucking love that video, scatman fits it so well.
>>70971388>ytmnd has a discordJust burn it down already.
>>70969151>fps drops down to 1 when shit starts hitting the fan>the afk orc mage>fucking scatmanthese kind of old wow videos were pure art man
>>70959311i like your spunk gen z but you’re misguided and gullible
>>70972000it's hilarious how you can see this generational divide even in comments sections on mainstream siteshttps://www.theverge.com/2019/5/15/18626643/ytmnd-down-meme-4chan-something-awful-internet-cultureif anything i feel sad for the yunguns, they'll probably never get to experience something like this ever
Can any of you nostalgiafags actually give me a good reason why ytmnd was valuable and\or important?
*sip* the good old days with memes like NEDM, you forgot Poland, and secret Hitler they don’t memes like that anymore.
>>70970314I watch old Jontron videos research /v/ culture
RIP RIP RIPARCHIVE THAT SHIT!
>>70959980>Kirk Douglas outlived itFucking hell.
>>70972370NEDM was my favorite meme acronym.It always made juvenile me imagine some kind of paramilitary/special forces/Bond villain organization that went around infiltrating and fucking up other meme's shit.
>>70972071>I've never heard of it, therefore it wasn't relevantComments like these make me angry, how egoistical do you have to be to think like this.
RIP YTMND>>70972841Almost every teenager on Twitter thinks this way. It's sad to see the world's conversion to narcissism.
>>70967899before the fucking www, bbs were filled with rednceck flyover incel soccer mom boomers before thatpeople invent a mythical golden age. in the renaisance, people burned books, scholarship and wisdom of contemporaries (like duns scotus, villified as the original dunce) to honor a mythical classical era that never really existed.dont make the same mistakes. do not falsify the recent past.there is a "no fun" cult, driven by the business pressures of extreme cemtralization, monopolization, monetization, etc.this is distinct from "no politics".you merely bought into corporate propaganda.
>>70970876>"ew isn't that the nazi site, glad its gone"I blame Moot for that tbqh. As soon as the stormfags began flooding the board he should have yanked the plug. Not on 4chan mind you, on /pol/. >>70972841>>70972867Meh, the internet has changed so much over the years it's unrecognizable from what it used to be. Which is inevitable. And kids always think the universe revolves around them, I was the same way.
>>70973524It is likely that these kids will grow up, still using social media, allowing their ego to grow. The truth is, we don't know how the internet will change from here. Only predictions can be made.
>>70973557People keep telling me that 5G is going to be a quantum leap which rearranges everything, not just the internet, but we'll see.
>>70973366>bbs were filled with rednceck flyover incel soccer mom boomers before thatCould you throw in a few more buzzwords there tranny faggot?
>>70973524>As soon as the stormfags began flooding the board he should have yanked the plug. Not on 4chan mind you, on /pol/.You're a fucking retard and a newfag as closing down a board on 4chan doesn't make 4chan posters go away, it just makes them move to a different board on 4chan.
>>70973646not to mention joot deleted /new/
Even in 2007 I was already confused by ytmnd. It was just web pages with a tiled background image and repeating audio. I just never understood what it was that made it popular. Perhaps if I had Internet before Youtube was created I might have known.
>>70973623It is possible that as connections become faster and more stable, people will become more connected to the internet, like "Serial Experiments Lain".I doubt anything major will happen soon, though.
Good riddance, shitty incel "humour" and loser culture is a relic of the thankfully bygone past. These types of networks is what fueled basement dwelling neckbeard creeps in the first place. The sooner this shit is stamped out everywhere the better off discussion and browsing of the internet will be.
>>70959242Fucking stop, I hear it in the back of my head now
>>70974115> the better off discussion and browsing of the internet will be.You aren't contributing with your shitposting.
>>70970981At this point even when it goes under, we still won't be free. This shit will be with me for the rest of my life after all the time I spent here.
>>70972385>>70974115Oof u rite bruh 100 100 smash dat like button smdh
>>70963892Of course. The long-term future of the Internet looks more like Urbit than any kind of client-server bullshit.
>>70958701knew only 1 boomer who linked me to that website, instantly knew what it was (oldfag meme site with no regard for sjw faggotry)that said, very outdated - in a bad way ... unlike 4chEn which is just plain ... (content shines)anyway rip old boomer meme fortress
*the outro of pantera - floods slowly starts playing around*
>all the amerimutt zoomers itt accusing everyone else of being a zoomer if they don't know their websiteHistory lesson for you, world wasn't as amerizanized and globalized back then so hardly anybody from other countries knew your website
>>70959834>ytmd was literally the zoomer shit I ignored.We're now at a point where the word "zoomer" means "anyone younger than the speaker". Amazing.
>>70977350English might not be your first language, but the retarded tripfag (important qualification for this one) didn't quite mean "anyone younger than the speaker". Xhe likely meant to draw an analogue between the zoomers of today and the newfags of yesteryear.