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Interesting links Anonymage 01/28/2021 (Thu) 11:03:46 No.1252
Anything to break up the monotony of NEETing >B-ok Online library, very extensive: https://b-ok.org/ >Project Gutenberg Online library for books that have had copyright expire: https://www.gutenberg.org/ >Classic Reload Loads of old and retro games online for free: https://classicreload.com/ >Retro Games Covers games not already covered by classic reload: https://www.retrogames.cc/ >DOS games Moderate selection of DOS games online: https://js-dos.com/games/ >FMovies Watch movies and TV series online for free: https://fmovies.wtf/ >Read Comic Online Pretty obvious: https://readcomiconline.to/ >The Eye An archive of random stuff - check out the rom section for vidya stuff. Download anything you like asap as The Eye is notorious for having the roms disappear because of copyright claims: http://the-eye.eu/public/ >Creamy's List of Imageboards Big list of image and text boards, some outdated and dead links but still interesting to flick through: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1t10VI-sccy1CfAeMZHwmCS_7agIHFo_B5ipMjzsMtTg/edit >Tank Encyclopedia Self-explanatory: https://tanks-encyclopedia.com/ >Anime Character Database Search for characters by hair color, eye color, hair length, age, gender and animal ears: http://www.animecharactersdatabase.com/ >Dead 2 Rights The blog of a guy who reviews all sorts of things: https://d2rights.blogspot.com/ >Lichess An internet chess server that includes tutorials and daily exercises: https://lichess.org/ >Living Lines Library A blog with a large collection of production art of popular animated films: http://livlily.blogspot.com/ >Monster Brains A blog with a large collection of pictorial representations of all kinds of monsters: http://monsterbrains.blogspot.com/ >Musicovery A music recommendation and playlist engine, personalized in real time: http://b2b.musicovery.com/ >Noirlac A Tumblr page with a large collection of pixel art: http://noirlac.tumblr.com/ >Rokko Chan A flash game based on Mega Man. It also includes an artbook and its soundtrack: http://king-soukutu.com/flash/rokko.html >HVSC Downloadable c64 music archive: https://www.hvsc.c64.org/ >The Mod Archive Downloadable mod music archive: http://tracker.modarchive.org/ >Fantasy Paper Miniature Blog full of paper miniatures that are probably the highest quality paper minis on the internet: http://minipapermodels.blogspot.com/ >Hurstwic Collection of articles, with a lot of reference to primary sources, about every aspect of viking society. It has everything you'll ever want to know about ancient Scandinavians and more: http://www.hurstwic.com/history/text/history.htm >Sword-Site Forum where a guy has made a database of swords. Really cool stuff: http://sword-site.com/ >Retro View of Mankind's Habitat Maybe its not a great site now, but before it was 'globalized' it was sort of nice (and it had different name: oldmos.ru (old moscow) and interface): https://pastvu.com/ >Retromap Another obvious one: http://retromap.ru/ >Freeware Games Not strictly a website but an interesting link nonetheless: http://web.archive.org/web/20190801202208/https://8ch.net/vg/res/144760.html >Miscellaneous Links Mainly videogames but a load of other cool links too: https://archive.li/awCAX >8/r9k/ Reading Thread Interesting archive for those that love reading: http://web.archive.org/web/20190801195215/https://8ch.net/r9k/res/242455.html >Retro Games Torrenting I had to take a dip into 4chan for some torrent stuff and found this. I couldn't tell you how good these sets are: https://archived.moe/t/thread/881084/ >Textfiles Late-80's - early 90's BBS: http://textfiles.com/ >QDB Mainly IRC quotes; 2 sites: http://bash.org/ and http://qdb.us/ >Fuwanovel Torrents Fuwanovel VNs (might not be seeded): https://catbox.moe/official.php >RuTracker Torrent search engine: https://rutracker.org/forum/index.php >Emulation General Wiki List of Systems and emulators for them: http://emulation.gametechwiki.com/index.php/Main_Page >Terry Davis Archives Yeah its another obvious one: https://archive.org/download/TerryADavis_TempleOS_Archive/videos/ >TimeStretch Player Website that let you change the pitch, speed and tone of an audio file. I find it useful whenever I'm getting burnout of a song and want to keep listening to it. Works well with songs made with the style of Avicii and Kygo: https://29a.ch/timestretch/ >Gondola Stravers Massive Gondola archive: https://gondola.stravers.net/list >History of Philosophy Proudly displays that it covers the history of philosophy without any gaps: https://historyofphilosophy.net/ >Random Country Generates a random country: https://random.country >Bored Button Has lots of things to do if you're bored: https://www.boredbutton.com/
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>Laughing Horses Orifice Headquarters Can only be described as a bizarre site: http://lhohq.info/ >Radiooooo Global muscial time machine from 1900 to the present: https://radiooooo.com/ >Obscure Freeware Games http://archive.is/rRoWB >After-death Notes These websites allow you to write notes that will only be delivered if you die: http://ifidie.org/ http://after.me/ https://www.safebeyond.com/ >Noemata One of the more enigmatic websites I've come across. It was wiped very recently, but wayback has preserved some of its content: https://web.archive.org/web/20191211230240/https://noemata.net/noemata/ >Erenow Online academic history library: https://erenow.net/
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>>1252 >>Terry Davis Archives It's nice to see a chronological archive of Terry's videos. Thanks for the link.
> Archen's Anime Page Some guy's personal anime reviews page from the 90s but still being updated https://scythe.net/archen/ > Hermitary Resources and reflections on hermits and solitude http://www.hermitary.com
>https://www.deepl.com/en/ An online translation tool that some consider to be better than Google Translate. >https://www.photopea.com/ An online alternative to Photoshop. >https://ncase.me/ A collection of interesting educational games. >http://radio.garden An interactive web page that lets you listen to radio stations around the world.
https://are.na/the-curator is where I keep my collection of links
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>Futaba Channel Mostly 2D-orientated: anime, manga, games, etc: https://www.2chan.net/ >Fan translated Futaba Channel main page Makes it easy to nagivate Futaba: https://futabachannel.neocities.org/ >Momizou Mostly 3D-orientated: TV, idols, models, gravure, etc.; a continuation of former imageboard Momiage Channel, which is where all the Futaba refugees went when they closed their TV boards in 2007: http://momi3.net/ >Momicha A 2018 offshoot of Momizou due to concerns with overbearing moderation: https://momicha.net/index.htm >Meiwa Suisan More orientated towards news and general interests: http://www.meiwasuisan.com/
Probably not the type of links you'd expect from this type of thread but I think the video this dude makes are really interesting (both the topic and the research behind it): https://www.youtube.com/c/BarelySociable/videos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgmI-uiLLAg--vDe7FFdekA/videos
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>Comic Book Plus https://comicbookplus.com/ A website where you can read and download old comic books, comic strips and pulp magazines. They even have some non-English titles. >Sketchfab https://sketchfab.com/ A website on which you can view all kinds of 3d models, without needing any plugins. >>1277 Thank you, mage. I watched some of his videos and they are very entertaining. Funnily enough, I've been watching some similar YouTube channels lately. I think they aren't as serious as BarelySociable, but maybe someone here will find them interesting. >Nick Crowley https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMX31RavkfUHJvw03RbUZnA >Deadbug https://www.youtube.com/c/DEADBUGsays/featured This guy has a very edgy sense of humour, which some people might find too silly.
>>1404 Love this, PC-98 graphics are so comfy.
>>1411 Definitely so.
https://webliero.com web port of an old DOS game, varies from dead (1 player online) to somewhat playable (5/6 online) depending on what time you play.
>A webpage to host and share WebMs: https://webmshare.com/ >WebM creator (aka WebM for Retards): https://gitgud.io/nixx/WebMConverter >/g/ guide to WebMs: https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/WebM >Sauce guide: http://pastebin.com/P4Yxj435 >Vaporwave Library Project (clone): https://archive.is/c9Zks >Just some rain sounds: http://rainymood.com/ >Inspirational bot for the lulz: http://inspirobot.me/ >Book sites (some might be down): http://gen.lib.rus.ec http://textbooknova.com http://en.bookfi.org/ http://www.gutenberg.org http://ebookee.org http://www.manybooks.net http://www.giuciao.com http://www.feedurbrain.com http://oll.libertyfund.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=380 http://www.alleng.ru/ http://www.eknigu.com/ http://ishare.iask.sina.com.cn/ http://2020ok.com/ http://www.freebookspot.es/Default.aspx http://www.freeetextbooks.com/ http://onebigtorrent.org/ http://www.downeu.me/ebook/ http://forums.mvgroup.org http://theaudiobookbay.com/ http://sci-hub.cc/ >Search engine for websites: https://cse.google.com/cse?cx=000661023013169144559:a1-kkiboeco >Public trackers (some might be down): http://academictorrents.com http://thepiratebay.se/browse/601 http://www.kat.ph/books/ http://bitsnoop.com/browse/other-ebooks/ http://www.filestube.com >Private trackers (some might be down): http://thegeeks.bz http://theplace.bz http://thevault.bz http://bitseduce.com http://bibliotik.org http://bitme.org http://myanonamouse.net http://bitspyder.net http://www.learnbits.me http://www.ebookvortex.com http://elbitz.net http://docspedia.org http://abtorrents.com If some of the links are dead please let me know it, maybe we can find new links this way. I will keep posting interesting or useful websites later. Have a nice and magic day!
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I recently found a YouTube channel with a lot of curious VHS rips: https://www.youtube.com/c/DrRIPVHS/featured Funnily enough, I found it thanks to one of the channels recommended by >>1277.
>>1252 >The Eye Their RPG archives are now the only public website that you can download game pdf files for free that I'm aware of, now that The Trove has been taken down. I hated the fact they have somewhat recently taken down their /pol/ archive, though. >>1404 >>1411 >>1416 That era of digital artwork is peak comfyness.
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>noclip.website An online video game map viewer that allows you to browse some levels from games and travel through them in noclip mode without being hindered by walls, objects or gravity.
>>1252 It's too much. Just too much, anon. Years of hedonistic content consumption have burned my brain out. I can't take it anymore.
There are too many imageboards and they're all dead.
>>2231 What's it all worth if there isn't any kind of effort required to obtain all these things? It all seems completely meaningless to me.
>>2232 If they're dead, it's easier to keep track of them. >>2234 The real work is in integrating them into your mental schema.

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