Does anyone else literally live online? I think that I spend an average of 19 hours a day online.
I did too, now I really don't. You'd get tired of being out and about on your own without any human contact, so I much rather enjoy death's eternal slumber.
I say this but I average 18 hours, daily.
since 7 years I'm online 16-20 hours daily
I kinda wanna be absorbed by the internet so I can stay here forever
Do you guys think we'll be able to and live in the cyberspace in a few hundred years?
I WANNA LIVE IN THE INTERNET
There won't be anywhere to live in there, at that point.
Few hundred years is too much. I want my virtual reality now so that i can say goodbye to material world and literally start living in the internet.
Even as a student I am online about 14 hours a day.
Anyone else see Transcendent Man? He figures we will be able to live in the internet in this lifetime.
where the fuck am i?
Isn't TOR infested with FBI agents now?
Who did you think was posting all the CP? It's always been infested with FBI agents.
It wont let me open any links, it just tells me i cannot connect, i have giving Tor permissions with firewall and whatnot but it sill doesnt work
All the CP sites got shut down because they were run by idiots or FBI. Try going to some non-CP sites and you'll find that most of them work, you disgusting pedophile.
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WE CAN DO IT IF WE TRY
did I win?
First, they are simply attractive. People naturally gravitate towards conditions of increased stimulation.
Then, the user begins to disrupt social connections through use. This occurs due to a combination of attraction and dislike for the imperfections and limits of everyday life
Finally, it cements a person into bondage – having alienated them from sources of outside motivation and thereby preventing the resurgence of meaningful activity. Despite the fact that the computer no longer holds appeal
I operate both an interent life and a real life. I have real friends and I sort of date women sometimes. But I NEED to have connections to the internet. I love the never ending flow of emails from internet friends.
But real life sucks, people are plain, boring and don't have hobbies outside getting drunk or partying. They all listen to the same music and do the same things.
Then all of society is part machine, and free from the fetishes of humanity. And one person will remain, you, and you will weap.
I'm starting to find both are fairly annoying
Pretty much my stance. My internet and real lives contain similar personalities, but I'm much less reserved on the internet.
>>5 real life friends aren't that bad ,you've just got to pick the cream of the crop
,don"t you get sick of people online spewing the same shit anyway?
People suck in general. They don't like what I like, they don't think the way I do and are in general pretty hard to start a relationship based on affinity with.
I can't really relate to this, as I'm actually worse off on the internet than I am in real life. Off line I have a few casual acquaintances from school and can socialize casually. I even have one friend, although they live in a different city so I only see them about every 6 months. Online, however, I haven't made a single friend in more than 10 years. The only social interaction I get is from posting on places like here and 4chan, and often my posts are ignored. I've tried to make online friends, but it's like people's apathy towards me irl is magnified X100 on the internet.
Please post information on yourself.
Location (also, details like whether it's a city or suburb, ghetto of rich part of the city, rural area or factory town, etc)
Ethnic background and/or Race
Sex or Gender
I'm originally posting this to see how many black hikkis are here, but It's useful a a general survey. I miss anonib's board
The comedian who is the most famous in Japan
Location: Northwestern part of Minnesota, USA.
Ethnic background and/or Race: German/Norwegian
Sex or Gender: Male
Figured I'd post in this thread considering it hasn't been bumped in like 2 years.
Location: Rural Northern Ireland
Ethnic background: Irish
Location: New Zealand
Ethnic background: part maori, mostly european
California, white, 20, female
Ethnic background: Polish
Location: Midwest USA, suburb of a smallish city
Ethnic background: Scottish/German
Southern Canada, nothing interesting here. I want to live in a place far away from here.
Ethnic background: Croatian
Which one do you use or like better? And why? O:
I use Firefox because it's a lot more widespread... plus I love all the addons and plugins for it, Chrome is getting there, and it's a little faster, but nothing beats good ol' Firefox IMO
The last two, yes, which are opt-out.
The others are opt-in. Firefox also lets me download malware, but that doesn't make Firefox malware.
Update checking is opt-out in Firefox, not opt-in.
Exactly what tracking is present in Chrome but not in Firefox?
Firefox's on-by-default update checking is equivalent to all of those except the omnibox and page not found suggestions. Those two can be easily disabled before they send any data.
I wish Mozilla would cut all ties with Google now that Google have their own browser. Even if Google still contribute financially, they should not be allowed special favours in return.
I want something like the browser choice feature in later versions of Windows. When I first run Firefox, it should ask me questions like, "Who do you want to be your search provider?" and, "Do you want to use Google's Safe Browsing service?"
Chrome has some great extensions.
I use AAReadable in the AA Bar: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/aareadable/omooelimgkbkdfnnciofhjoopichcbok
and this is great for threadwatching:
Did you know that some malicious websites actually DON'T serve viruses to Chrome users? That's because Google detects and blocks those sites ruthlessly. And it does this quicker than the most antivirus companies.
Tracking hippies are a funny lot.
I think not.