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/caffe/ - Comfy Lounge Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 13:19:07 No.13 [Reply] [Last]
Chatposting, waifus and general discussion

No spam or repeated messages
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Hello anons. Did you know we have a new retro vidya board on the webring? No depressing news, no political sperging, just wholesome posting about the golden age of gaming. Do come and get comfy if you're into all manner of retro games. https://fatchan.org/vr/catalog.html
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/bun/ - Rabbit and Bunny Anonymous 11/08/2019 (Fri) 20:08:01 No.395 [Reply] [Last]
Bunnies or things related with bunnies
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>>1151 It's very hard to tell the difference if you're not up close and it's for that reason bald men often get rabbit tattoos on their heads. They look like hares from a distance.
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/electronica/ Anonymous 01/23/2021 (Sat) 14:41:47 No.983 [Reply]
Home of all things, music and dance scenes, made possible by machine manipulation and sampling devices. Samples of the classic pieces and some bits of the history of its purveyors without none of the mysterious pills and rowdy ravers. Check our mother thread /musicprod/ as well for more discussion: >>42
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10+1 releases, 1024MB in size, mostly 320kbps converted from FLAC Major Works: >(1996) Neotropic ~ 15 Levels of Magnification https://mega.nz/file/KIZTTaaZ#rYKtfGUBFTnJUwrHjpw81oJSLIabpnuOX8envYHDGy4 >(1997) Neotropic ~ Mr. Brubaker's Strawberry Alarm Clock https://mega.nz/file/nZRh0AZB#8ZPWKBu2St7eN-Upxyd7ukfFrzubjkjRu3zNCc9ywe8 >(1999) Small Fish with Spine ~ Ultimate Sushi https://mega.nz/file/OQZ30aYY#UX4Vv3TcknEh5rtcObp2GqRAPp52hYE6yC6FbATZfW0 >(2001) Neotropic ~ La Prochaine Fois https://mega.nz/file/rABHBaab#VCoL8x5afi35cMJHbBrJtcEJJJr4FFJK18HVW9H9cdE >(2004) Neotropic ~ White Rabbits https://mega.nz/file/nNIRxSwL#PFXUM_EVTrFPjqtx-USkkLewk_aV9hoKoOvsx_Lge2Q https://mega.nz/file/vQJBnI4C#92sfnqFY7thSEUdzQ8AA1s4qACYSJFVUpAKJwmXIQwk EP & Singles: >(1995) Neotropic ~ Tumble Weed EP

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So here's another post but not as in-depth as the previous two, in this occasion i want to touch upon an increasingly common thing from my part which is checking old electro stuff and hearing/realizing more and more a kind of sound only heard in the very late 90's and early to mid-00's, which in my person produces a strong feeling of nostalgia. The sharp digital beeps, the soft Rhodes Pianos, either echoing or ultra sharp DnB-esque percussions, obvious MIDI or Casio-tier sound fonts and the "japenese touch" in drums and bass which makes the people from said country adept at this style, if not downright inventing it if i am allowed to make such declaration from my ignorance. This music is often heard in video game soundtracks from that era, particularly from Sega or Nintendo first-party games but also from americans like Electronic Arts, yet it did make actual record labels rounds from time to time. That being said, next up are two explicit example artists and its defining two albums.
First we will look into this rather obscure duo of japanese hobby musicians, Baku Tsunoda and Naomichi Tanaka, better known in group as Rainstick Orchestra Founded sometime around 1999 to 2001, these two fellows spent their time playing multiple instruments in cover bands ranging from Yellow Light Orchestra, Funkadelic or general punk stuff. While Baku works (or worked) as an editorial designer handyman, Nao' is a systems engineer, and with their musical tact they created a style that use live instruments but sequenced almost like they were samples, giving place to what a publication nicknames "systems music" which show some influence from early electronica pioneers like Steve Reich who gets a small cover tribute/acknowledgement in the album. Sadly that's most of the info you can find about them nowadays, they released The Floating Glass Key in the Sky around 2004 via the back-then prestigious label Ninja Tune, a constant so far in this thread, and disappeared from the view since then. Discogs shows they did release an album around 2015 but i found not a lot about it on the clear internet (i think it was LP release only) and if we look using japanese moonrunes it seems they have been pretty active since the 'rona started, releasing a bunch of single tracks in the last year. This album in particular unites a lot of ideas in its sounds yet is kept very simple, almost minimalist in nature thanks to its very clean and sober mixing coupled with the straightforward melodies which invariable made me think of video game soundtracks for games of all-ages around the era of the Gen 6 consoles (Gamecube, Dreamcast, PS2, Xbox). In theory it should fall into the so-called Downtempo electronica umbrella term genre but due to a lot of its jazzy influence it might also fall into the NĂ¼ Jazz niche, yet it isn't as expansive as the latter and not as whirlwind-esque as the former, i never used the "Future Jazz" term before despite being valid but because this album is unique enough we might as well just to pick a label for metadata purposes. It wanders between being live instruments and digital fonts, quite a joy to hear yet melancholic at times but perhaps that's just my nostalgia. 104MB in size, 320kbps converted from FLAC >(2004) Rainstick Orchestra - The Floating Glass Key In The Sky https://mega.nz/file/CRIHBIQK#5wm6gieCavXftDzm4jTdFndX4owY66YhP7AcVl4ag84
And here we have another, supposedly less obscure but just as ignored nowadays band from Canada: Kinder Atom Founded in 1993, it had as its constant members both Gerald Belanger and the more regionally prolific and graphically faceted Heiki Sillaste, with the inclusion later of Christopher Drost and temporal member Kristian Helmstrom, all electronica vets from the land of the perfidious leaf and i suppose the Toronto scene. Releasing several albums from 1996 to 2000, they made a "comeback" of sorts in 2006 with the really, really cool Soft Hand Feel which probably has/had some folk fame in the same era due to one of their songs Eagle Sprouts being in the early Youtube stock library to be used in videos uploaded by the users, hence why i knew the band because i was pretty fond of the piece and its music video. Years passed and i never saw the album be uploaded, recently i got my hands into a certain place's pass and got the FLAC from there, i can confidently say it was well worth it because it's a pretty good work in my personal taste (still going to buy it for the DVD), yet the "sad" thing is their other works that i also got, the albums from 96-00, don't really follow any of the style this late effort had; they range from DnB, acid DnB/House and rudimentary almost experimental techno, some songs are pretty cool but not anywhere near Soft Hand Feel, sonically speaking. So i was bittersweetly left with only this piece as its isolate from the band until i explore the members individually but still this album is quite long anyways, for the sake of viewer's time and anon.cafe's server space i just posted 4 pieces/30 minutes but could've easily uploading the entire thing just like "Floating Key" previously, it varies a lot yet doesn't lose that atmosphere the Rhodes Piano, reverb effects and echoing sampled vocals bring to the table. To give a label this album would probably fall into the Deep House term, but it can easily go many ways, perhaps not exactly video game-tier but certainly upbeat euro lounge vibe that usually is named as a stock vibe from the era. They haven't released anything since then other than an EP with a Eagle Sprouts remix (and in vinyl to fuck things up) so we might as well hand gesticulate the cross to this band who, somehow out of nowhere, made a quite memorable swansong to be enjoyed for years to come. 165MB in size, 320kbps converted from FLAC >(2006) Kinder Atom - Soft Hand Feel https://mega.nz/file/2dAxCawY#4sfdbRI7P0J_WWc7rR8mtSnR45cA5qGvz09z5788qm4

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/space/ - Space Anonymous 03/17/2021 (Wed) 12:22:49 No.1097 [Reply]
Outer space, constellations, astronomy & space travel
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>>1173 Obviously that's not to scale, but a pretty cool visualization of the concept. I was pretty intrigued when I first found out about the Oort Cloud as a kid. The Solar System is absolutely amazing in it's design and fine-tuning. The perfect though temporary location in the universe for life. As far as we know, we're the only nice place with nice things here. I'm thankful every day over this, tbh.
4 rouge earthlike exoplanets not tied to any star; https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/universo/exoplanets36.htm

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/fringe/ - Esoteric thread Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 20:52:56 No.78 [Reply] [Last]
Practices, spells, symbolism, etc
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I've been reading The Spirits Book by Allan Kardec It should be easy to find for free online This video has what looks like evidence of information from spirits; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ke0ZtXYw3QA
Anyone successfully lucid dream on a consistent basis?
>>1189 I remember watching the full documentary years ago. I'm always leery of stuff like this due to all the hoaxes that have been exposed in paranormal circles, but it was an interesting watch. I've always been into paranormal phenomena, but reading up on near-death experiences and seeing how insufficient the would-be debunkers' arguments were was what really got me into this stuff. Once you cut through all the promissory materialism and start looking at things from an idealist perspective, a lot of the stuff they instantly dismiss as "woo" doesn't seem so far-fetched anymore. >>1192 No, whenever I've had lucid dreams as an adult I always seem to wake up.
>>1189 Parts of that book especially toward the end seem overly negative or restricting (the parts about trials and selfishness) I much prefer Bashar's messages like about following one's joy, acting on ones excitement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMzRJTloloo
>>1188 I should clarify that I don't necessarily agree with Henry Thomas Hamblin or Joseph Murphy here. Neville Goddard seemed to disagree with Joseph Murphy's take, despite both of them supposedly being taught by the same teacher. The latter's point of view also seems kind of contradictory to me in that he would speak of manifesting successful business deals or getting hired for a certain employment opportunity, but isn't that doesn't that ultimately boil down to the same thing as using it to dominate someone? You could argue that the other people involved would also be benefiting from your success and that it comes down to intent and what the consequences are for others. But he also gives an example of a success story where someone manifested an inheritance from someone dying and doesn't seem to have any issue with that. Personally speaking, that's not something I'd feel comfortable doing at all. I'm really not sure what to think.

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/css/ Anonymous 01/03/2020 (Fri) 10:31:19 No.588 [Reply]
Being this is the board of a thousand CSSs, and the meta thread has been rife with CSS discussion, - here's a dedicated thread.
This OP will be site focused. anon.cafe has plenty of boards with CSS so they are included for ease of access when relevant.
>/server/ >>>/server/
>/otter/ >>>/otter/
>/cyber/ >>>/cuber/
>/lego/ >>>/lego/
>/fa/ >>>/fa/
>/r9k/ >>>/r9k/
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>>821 Yeah that thing that pops up with all the boards and sites in the ending I wanna make it look different. How do i address, via CSS, that thing that pops up when you click the rainbow webring button at the top of the page?
>>1167 >ending webring*
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>>1169 >>1170 Thanks m8 I'll fuck around with this see if I can have some fun

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/dir/ - Board Directory Anonymous 01/16/2021 (Sat) 12:43:01 No.923 [Reply]
Board site listings for easy access
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>>956 >>957 BTW, there are two or three others that I didn't include here as well. Not b/c they were Cuckflare'd, but b/c I wanted to dig a little deeper before adding them to the list. I may put them here too later.
>>958 Alright, thanks for the list
>>958 thank you for the list but.. how does a codelet understand it?
>>1149 This is just double encrypted There are sites online that can be used to encrypt and/or decode I think its base64 or similar
How did you compile this list? Say in 5 years time half of them will return 404, how can I gather a list of them again? What type of software did you use?

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/cyber/ - Cyberpunk/Scifi Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 21:55:26 No.91 [Reply] [Last]
Uplink for a schway paradigm
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I've fixed it, thanks for notifying
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Creator of BERSERK Manga Kentaro Miura has died at 54 F
>>1164 >FreeNode was previously owned by a stronk, independynt associated also with destroying GNOME, and with the Fed honeypot PIA Hmm. Better in the hands of a Royal Gook, than any female, I'd say -- particularly one of this 'caliber'. I may be looking for some investment opportunities here. Better a revived IRCv2 than the infamous Doxxcord.

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Anonymous 05/09/2021 (Sun) 06:27:06 No.1156 [Reply]
>/server/ >there are no servers
>>1156 What kind of servers do you mean?
Maybe the real servers were the friends we made along the way?
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>>1158 That's pretty deep.
The caffe thread is full of them.

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