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AI art that says alot about Societ Anonymous 01/02/2023 (Mon) 05:16:44 No. 118 [Reply]
Or any kind of AI art you like Stole these from Fedi
A group of artists have created videos of Pink Floyd's album The Dark Side of the Moon. https://yewtu.be/watch?v=69VMx9Kd3tQ Link shows the full list of artists involved and future projects they are working on.

Yogoslavian Computer Magazine Računari Covers trachealbabe 01/22/2023 (Sun) 04:22:43 No. 121 [Reply]
Support the Internet Archive
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Računari was a computer magazine of the former Yugoslavia which lasted from 1984 until the late 1990s – surviving the economic turbulence and wars of the 1980s-90s, and even outlasting the country itself. The title simply means “computers” in Bosnian – and its content was just that: very bland, very technical, nothing flashy… but its covers were another matter entirely. Despite the very low-key tech content, the guys at Računari decided to put some spice on just about every cover. Nearly every issue featured a ravishing Eastern Bloc Beauty straddling computer hardware. Let’s have a look at some of these covers spanning the late 1980s and into the early 1990s. Link: https://archive.org/details/Racunari198804001/mode/2up
>>126 hubba hubba

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New Years Updates / IRC 0fux 01/02/2023 (Mon) 04:01:32 No. 52 [Reply]
spent the past few weeks updating; it’s almost usable now uwu > Updated to lynxchan 2.8.4 > Email confirmation working, please sign up to moderate if interested https://laguna.cafe/account.js > polished CSS themes + new fonts so looks/works better on mobile/without JS: quick reply bubble actually works now :3 > maxed out anti spam measures > introduced several addons particularly: < Orange Text and Rainbow Text > ipv6 for reasons > Various other boring server upgrades: better captcha with native imagick support etc. If you have any issues please report them in replies here or in >>>/meta/
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>>61 going to move this thread to >>>/meta/ shortly, a few notes: >>>/a/ - antispam is now indexed which means it appears on top boards, while i don't like it taking up space, this is necessary for it to serve it's function of catching and immediately deleting spam posters. FULL DISCLOSURE the idea was stolen from http://lapchan.moe/ Spammers usually target the alphetically first / most active board -- if you see spam posted there before mods get to it, just make new post in the /a/ board (not a reply) and both will get deleted, eventually we'll need to write a script that does this automatically. i changed /wut/ - random to >>>/uwu/ idk felt cool i now regret merging Circle A with /prx/ so will make a new anarchist general tho haven't decided on uri, right now i'm thinking of naming it /taz/ /paz/ or maybe /rev/ TODO: Still need to do a few aesthetic things, if anyone wants to volunteer, the site would benefit from > Custom mime thumbs > board banners

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>>62 and ya know what? fuck it, we need a drug board, that's best use case for this kind of place >>>/drg/ - drugas is born

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TEXTPUNK THREAD: ASCII ART, SSH, IRC, GOPHER, USENT etc. lagunanon 01/19/2022 (Wed) 00:15:40 No. 70 [Reply]
Here's some resources for my fellow TXTpunks There's a good collection at ASCII ART at https://16colo.rs you can download ASCII in bulk here http://linuxconsole.net/ascii_art.html & http://artscene.textfiles.com/vt100/ I'd recommend these terminal based forums: > Cursedboard - ssh/curses based forum ssh bit@whisper.onthewifi.com https://github.com/whisperchan/cursedboard > Analogcity

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>>101 It's so fucking weird that all the people on the transitorcafe.net discord server are some flavour of trans
>>104 get it? trans--istor cafe muahaha really not that weird, trans and gender non conforming folks always been over represented in tech and so the same woudl go for retroweb cyberpunk type stuff We are Anonymous by Parmy Olsen touches on this a bit
>>70 just found out about sshchat you can just put > ssh ssh.chat into the terminal to join the room source code here: https://github.com/shazow/ssh-chat

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Zlibrary still alive on deepweb anonymous 12/31/2022 (Sat) 07:26:22 No. 10 [Reply]
you need to have had an account ( i have a an old login somewhere ) the way to do it is to go to here https://singlelogin.me/ via or or i2p and you'll be redirected to the onion or eepsite

Music to summon the ancestors trachealbabe 12/30/2022 (Fri) 19:55:08 Id:cfd8b6 No. 29 [Reply]
Nicola Cruz, an Ecuador based DJ that has been making music since he was 12 is one cool artist. He masterfully fuses African, Indigenous, beats with traditional sounds from South America. His first album is one great place to start with his music. Its called Cantos de Vision. Links: https://soundcloud.com/nicolacruz https://yewtu.be/watch?v=T7GB427gcY4
>>29 this is dope

Jesus and Bonnot: A Christmas Tale anonymous 12/24/2022 (Sat) 14:11:15 No. 8 [Reply]
Saw this on Mastodon and thought it was interesting: https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/gigi-damiani-jesus-and-bonnot
>>8 oh that's really cool

if you go on freenode these days this is all you see in every room lagunanon 12/18/2022 (Sun) 20:04:14 No. 48 [Reply]
ur> .⠄⠄⠈⣵⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⢸⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⠄⠄. <mansour> .⠄⠄⠄⠸⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⠘⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⠇⠄⠄. <mansour> RIP FreeNode 1998-2022 Merry Christmas <chansaver1> .⠄⠄⣿⣿⡻⠿⣳⠸⢿⡇⢇⣿⡧⢹⠿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣾⣿⡇⣿⣿⣿⣿⡿⡐⣯⠁. <chansaver1> .⠄⠄⠟⣛⣽⡳⠼⠄⠈⣷⡾⣥⣱⠃⠣⣿⣿⣿⣯⣭⠽⡇⣿⣿⣿⣿⣟⢢⠏⠄. <chansaver1> .⠄⢠⡿⠶⣮⣝⣿⠄⠄⠈⡥⢭⣥⠅⢌⣽⣿⣻⢶⣭⡿⠿⠜⢿⣿⣿⡿⠁⠄⠄. <chansaver1> .⠄⣼⣧⠤⢌⣭⡇⠄⠄⠄⠭⠭⠭⠯⠴⣚⣉⣛⡢⠭⠵⢶⣾⣦⡍⠁⠄⠄⠄⠄. <chansaver1> .⠄⣿⣷⣯⣭⡷⠄⠄⢀⣀⠩⠍⢉⣛⣛⠫⢏⣈⣭⣥⣶⣶⣦⣭⣛⠄⠄⠄⠄⠄. <chansaver1> .⢀⣿⣿⣿⡿⠃⢀⣴⣿⣿⣿⣎⢩⠌⣡⣶⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣆⠄⠄⠄. <chansaver1> .⢸⡿⢟⣽⠎⣰⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⢀⣾⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣦⠄⠄. <chansaver1> .⣰⠯⣾⢅⣼⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⡇⣾⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⡄⠄. <chansaver1> .⢰⣄⡉⣼⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⢸⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣧⠄. <chansaver1> .⢯⣌⢹⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⢸⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⠄. <chansaver1> .⢸⣇⣽⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⠸⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⠄. <chansaver1> .⢸⣟⣧⡻⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣧⡻⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⠄. <chansaver1> .⠈⢹⡧⣿⣸⠿⢿⣿⣿⣿⣿⡿⠗⣈⠻⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⡇⠄. <chansaver1> .⠄⠘⢷⡳⣾⣷⣶⣶⣶⣶⣶⣾⣿⣿⢀⣶⣶⣶⣾⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⠇⠄.

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apparrently the old staff just use bots to spam every room constantly, good on them some more info on the May 2021 Freenode takeover https://matt-rickard.com/the-fall-of-freenode https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2021/05/freenode-irc-has-been-taken-over-by-the-crown-prince-of-korea/
Booty wave, it's like a booty tsunami
>>50 lmao

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h a l l o w s t r e a m lagunanon 10/26/2022 (Wed) 00:00:22 No. 1 [Reply]
rules: 1 Post a favorite moobie: horror/halloween themed 2. include a link to free streaming site or torrent 3. Optional: Include original or fanmade poster I'll start: Pet Sematary 1989 Classic film about classic fears https://watchfree.ac/movie-pet-sematary-1989-watch-free-putlocker.html
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great song, thnx
>>27 beautiful song, don't know how i've never heard that

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L'école du chat noir lagunanon 10/27/2022 (Thu) 18:42:12 No. 11 [Reply]
>>11 oh this is fuckin amazing
Do you have more like this?

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A Little Philosophical Lexicon of Anarchism from Proudhon to Deleuze lagunanon 10/14/2022 (Fri) 18:18:23 No. 5 [Reply]
> A Little Philosophical Lexicon of Anarchism from Proudhon to Deleuze https://www.minorcompositions.info/?p=902 (free download at the end of the article) I like to start at a random entry and then follow the references around, it's fun. I'm not very familiar with most of the thinker's mentioned so plenty goes over my head, but it's always very interesting.
oh this is friggin awsome another good author on the topic is Saul Newman https://theanarchistlibrary.org/category/author/saul-newman He edited this volume on max stirner which is amazing, i'd really recommend the essay on the debate between marx and stirner https://libcom.org/article/max-stirner-ed-saul-newman
Prole from >>>/wrk/43 will be happy to hear that this one references Pouget through.

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F E D I Z I N E lagunanon 10/18/2022 (Tue) 14:43:16 No. 47 [Reply]
Fedizine: an anarchist introduction to federated social media For better or worse, anarchists are using social media like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. This sucks. Enter the Fediverse, an alternative, open-source social media network that aligns with anarchist values. Rather than being a thinly-veiled attention and data gathering capitalist vortex, the Fediverse is an actual social network, built out of a multitude of federated, autonomous, and decentralized instances. On the Fediverse, we control the infrastructure, we moderate ourselves, and we can gather and share based on our affinities and desires rather than being guided by addictive algorithms. Many anarchists who have dodged the traps of corporate social media are already here, sharing their projects, art, and ideas. Join us! https://distro.f-91w.club/fedizine/

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Moomin said delete it Glitch art 10/15/2022 (Sat) 19:04:53 No. 107 [Reply]
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>>113 spoopy >>114 i like that face/building tecnique
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P E E R T U B E 0fux 04/03/2022 (Sun) 04:41:08 No. 36 [Reply]
Anyone know any good peertube instances? preferably, left leaning or at least vaguely progressive...
https://kolektiva.media/videos/local - for and by anarchists. Made by members of sub.media and antimidia
i just found https://anarchy.tube/ found this cut down version of The East that's actually pretty good https://anarchy.tube/w/qZtCSzovh9GiLBEGWwyAwU

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internet radio lagunanon 09/12/2022 (Mon) 04:14:29 No. 21 [Reply]
post your favorite obscure internet radio stations, feeds etc. below here's a few of mine: The Bat Station Internet Radio cool dark edm https://listen.batstationrad.io/ anonradio, station associated with sdf.org, nice range of programming https://anonradio.net/ lainchan of course, they now have 3 radio stations looks like https://lainchan.org/radio guilty pleasure: animebytes private anime tracker weebo radio

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dangeru got one too http://radio.dangeru.us/
>>22 this one's cool too https://slushbin.org/radio

Fredy Perlman - The Strait lagunanon 09/02/2022 (Fri) 14:59:30 No. 1 [Reply]
https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/fredy-perlman-the-strait Did anyone read it here? I really liked it.
`>>1 haven't read it yet but seems really interesting, his pamphlet The Continuing Appeal of Nationalism had a big influence on me
>>3 That's a good one, The Reproduction of Daily Life is also great. And of course Against His-story is a classic.

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DED QWEEN MEMES lagunanon 09/10/2022 (Sat) 19:18:49 No. 85 [Reply]
Dump Thread in honour of qweenies tragically late demise may no other monarch be so lucky
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>>93 lmao yeah it's amazing how, beligerantly out of touch MSN is with the mainstream on this topic
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lagunanon 08/05/2022 (Fri) 05:40:23 No. 2 [Reply]
Avalanche were a post-civ insurrectionary anarchist affinity group | autonomous base nuclei >War against the megamachine > Propaganda of the deedu / Property Destruction as primary tactics >Diversity of Tactics >security culture out the mog >improvized weaponry >love & rage >days of war nights of love >food not bombs idk >Black and indigenous leadership >Connected to the earth >dealing with traema while participating in struggle >War against big megacorp and the spectre of ecocide >Composed of lumpen proletarians, ex soldiers, middle class sympathizers >Operate out of the gheto >digital nomadic war machine

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an official McDonalds advert
>>3 Cooptation is real

Upload your glitch art peeps Glitch Grace 01/18/2022 (Tue) 23:13:52 No. 66 [Reply]
Follow my art page @zuspish
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>>82 whoah what a cool project https://blackfogzine.org

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Anonymous 05/14/2020 (Thu) 18:04:26 No. 15 [Reply]
Who here does HTB, Vulnhub, tryhackme, cyberseclab. What do you think of hacking labs as a way to get better at infosec
those all look cool, haven't used them personally, though, I learned mostly through books and forums, like any 2600 group will teach you a bit, there's also .onion forums where you can talk to blackhats…

my method of learning pentesting involved setting up a virtual lab on one computer – i used virtual box to set up a bunch of different virtual machines running windows xp 7 etc. as well as different linux distro, then from my laptop running Kali live usb i would try out various tools, setup a honeypot http server, etc. there's so many ways to do it.

the most essential tools being nmap, wireshark, ncat/netcat and metasploit ( if you wanna go the easy route.) also learning a good scripting language – Lua, Python, even perl can help out alot.
They can be fun, certainly good for getting a feel for things. Though, I'd advise against putting too much emphasis on them as a means to improve at offensive security as a whole. That's a bit like learning to shoot a gun by playing Call of Duty, though some of the VM boot-to-root ones are decent if you're working towards getting an OSCP or something. If you're looking to start a career in the security field, directing your efforts towards offensive security (red teaming/pentesting) at first specifically will limit your options as these jobs are fairly rare. Sadly, the best approach to getting into the field is to just get a couple certs and brush up on compliance jargon, lie through your teeth to recruiters and do the analyst thing for a while. I'd argue that the best way to 'get better at infosec' is by getting familiar with software engineering and systems administration. Embrace your linux neckbeard, learn to windows server and active directory until you intimately hate it, read all the boring Java, SQL and C# books that the CS-Grad Jr. Devs read so you know how to break their shitty code. Understanding software engineering is really important for security hacking as well, and it seems lost on a lot of the current generation of 'hackers'. It's one thing to follow someone else's instruction/scripts on how to exploit something, but intimately understanding how software is designed will enable you to craft your own solutions.
>>27 I know vulnhub got a partnership with exploit-db, so new cool stuff is going to start happening.
>>42 sup g?

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First Thread? Game Download sites gaymer 06/06/2022 (Mon) 04:18:58 No. 1 [Reply]
Post links to game download sites, for both individual roms and rom collections for emulation and piracy, preferably illegal one I'll get this dog and pony show on the road general rom sites vims lair - a curated library of roms for most systems https://vimm.net/?p=vault https://wowroms.com https://www.allmyroms.net/ https://www.romulation.org https://romsplanet.com/roms

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The Non-Techies Guide for Techie-Shit for Great Praxis metis 08/02/2020 (Sun) 10:13:46 No. 25 [Reply]
I wanted to write a brief guide for activists/etc who are looking to safely share and discuss in online without using mainstream social media platforms. Laguna is a great example of what can be done without playing into the hands of facebook/discord/etc. I think it's extremely important for the freedom of ideas/discourse to return to the decentralized way the web used to be. Unfortunately, techies fucking love jargon- for some it's fun, for others it's job security... Either way, it's a pain in the ass to get a straightforward guide to doing this stuff without someone trying to sell you something. = Servers/Hosting = - DIY - To run a website, you'll need a server with a stable internet connection. Contrary to what the monopolies want you to believe, you can effectively do this with nearly any computer that has a stable internet connection. It doesn't even have to be a particularly powerful computer, pretty much anything built after 2005 should be great. Linux is currently one of the stronger options for operating systems, since there is a great suite of free (libre) software built around this purpose. Also it's really not as hard as some would lead you to believe to run linux. Fun DIY challenge: run a hidden radical website on a work owned machine! Installing: https://ubuntu.com/tutorials/install-ubuntu-server#1-overview Setting up the server: https://www.tecmint.com/initial-ubuntu-server-setup-guide/ - Other free options - You can get a 'free tier' server from AWS (Amazon Web Services) for about a year, likely to get kids hooked on their cloud crack. They aren't particularly careful about new accounts, so it should be possible just create new servers indefinitely. Microsoft's Azure and Google's Cloud Platform offer similar deals, and you can sometimes score promotional credits too.

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= Domain Names = One unfortunate reality about the way the web works is that getting a domain name does cost money. If you followed the guide so far, your website link will just be an IP address (which is maybe cool, in like a 90s hacker way). In order to get a domain name, you'll have to go through a registrar. A '.com' TLD (Top Level Domain- the thing after the .) is usually the most expensive, but you can often times get other TLDs for much less, as low as a few dollars a year in some cases. I've had good luck with AWS's Route 53, since they're relatively easy to set up and inexpensive. There may be ways to get free domain names, but I can't vouch for any of them right now. If you have a friend who owns a domain name, you can ask them to forward a subdomain to your website- so you'd be <yoursite>.<theirsite>.whatever or <theirsite>.whatever/<yoursite> . = Tor Services / D E E P W E B = For extra hacktivist creds, you can set your site up as a Tor .onion service. This will make it accessible from within the Tor network, which is considerably safer for your users, privacy wise. This will not necessarily make you immune to nation-state spying and/or legal action, but it certainly makes it a bit less easy on the feds. https://community.torproject.org/onion-services/setup/
= Non-DIY options = There are many anarchist/leftist groups that have already done the technical work for you, and are offering online services for free (or self-cost). If you need a website or online tool for yourself or your group, this might be a simpler way to get it. Most will NOT have a publicly open registration, but I managed to get an account at most of these by asking nicely. Ask over email or IRC. Explain how their services can help you make the world better. Be mindful that you're talking to friends though, not a corporate support drone. You will have to know what type of service you want. metis has mentioned some above, I'll mention some more. All of these you can either run on your own machine, or use one run by a group. I'll link my favourite groups for each service. I'll link to services run by 4 different groups - Riseup, Autistici/Inventati, Systemli, and Disroot. (And throw in calyxinstitute for their VPN) To find more leftist groups that provide online services, look for pages of links like https://riseup.net/en/security/resources/radical-servers or https://www.systemli.org/friends/ = Blog = A blog is a simple page with text, pictures and maybe a comment field, that other people can visit to read what you've written. https://noblogs.org - Ready to use blogs, no technical setup required. Very popular.

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Join if you wanna Anonymous 05/21/2020 (Thu) 13:13:27 No. 30 [Reply]
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>>72 I >>72 what is it?
sorry i accidentally deleted this cool link to like a writing workshop, didn't mean to do it, it was right next to some nazi shit

Nurse with Wound - I don't want to have (easy listening nightmares) trachealbabe 01/06/2022 (Thu) 20:57:03 No. 18 [Reply]
good shit
so funky

Adriano Celentano - Prisencolinensinainciusol lagunanon 01/04/2022 (Tue) 06:32:15 No. 17 [Reply]

LineageOS & Custom Android Roms lagunanon 12/28/2021 (Tue) 02:54:42 No. 34 [Reply]
anybody else here use LineageOS? https://lineageos.org/ If you don't know It's a custom android rom based on the Android Open Source Project, it's (usually) very stable and by default has no google spyware built in. If you have any older android phones there's a pretty good chance it's supported: see the supported devices here https://wiki.lineageos.org/devices/ I got a lineage tv (nexus player) a couple lineage phones and now when I try a phone with Google Play Rootkit I can't stand it, it's amazing how people can tolerate corporate spyware/adware running on their phone and no way to disable it. If you have a google pixel, also consider GrapheneOS, which is considered highly secure https://grapheneos.org/
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>>34 calyxOS also pretty interesting https://calyxos.org/ has about the same supported device list as GraphenOS, however CalyxOS can support MigroG in case you absolutely need Gplay

DaffyDub 08/15/2020 (Sat) 12:43:29 No. 13 [Reply]
>>13 that shit slaps

Oh yeah Japanese Funk is the best. They ghot a really interesting history when it comes to Funk and Disco
agreed, some of my fav jfunk: cassiopea, t square but i also really love jpop like, miharu koshi and jun tagawa :333!!
>>4 this gives me a certain feel, and i like

DaffyDub 07/25/2020 (Sat) 22:54:40 No. 6 [Reply]
This is how Techno started in Germany. It came from Punk, Wave and House mixed with a big part of Industrial. This "song" is one of my favourite. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kn14Rq8sUAg
fuck yaaaa industrial!! love this band they would build the craziest shit to play live

DaffyDub 07/12/2020 (Sun) 20:02:41 No. 1 [Reply]
So first post in here. I still need to figure out how to manage a board never did it before:) Lets make this a place to share any kind of music that you r into. I will start with this: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_n-E9vU036fw7uuNcwhedhULYcpCIpRagw from one of my favorite labels.
>>1 great stuff Sorry I've been in a weird ... erm, immigration situation, haen't been able to post, should get imbed functionality working soon
Dont worry. I got a lot of shit to deal with myself atm so I totally understand it

DaffyDub DaffyDub 07/14/2020 (Tue) 15:59:03 No. 64 [Reply]
Saw this needed to share^^
>>64 haha, they're always pushing that 'bottom left unity' shit

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Crypto Anarchy thoughts? lagunanon 07/04/2020 (Sat) 01:04:58 No. 37 [Reply]
What's everyones thoughts on crypto anarchy and the writings of Timothy C. May, and steven Levy? While he does get associated with the bitcoin, but he has wrote a about subverting the state and the importance of privacy and anonymity. >crypto anarchy in a nutshell https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crypto-anarchism >cryptoanarchist manifesto https://www.activism.net/cypherpunk/crypto-anarchy.html >anarchist hackers https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Anarchisthackers/ >anarcho hacker manifesto https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/anarchohacker-manifesto-2018
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it's pretty fuckin cool, it's unfortunate the idea has been hijacked by ancaps because their no reason that socialists can't find encryption, distributed darkets and other things useful. I think that every anarchist should learn at least basic cyber security and the basic of encryption and secure communications, so that we can teach that stuff to other people. That includes learning how to secure android phones with LineageOS and installing gnu/linux as well as using encrypted communication. We need to build a presence on the deep web, using p2p communicatoin and other channels that can't be censored by corporate media. We have to be prepared for the moment that the state and corporations don't allow us to talk about this stuff openly By utilizing distributed darknets like tor, i2p freenet, or zeronet, or federated social networks like mastodon/pleroma or diaspora, or p2p software like Qtox or RetroShare we create an online presence which is hydra-like: multiheaded, if they cut off one head there are two more to replace it.
>>37 there was a discussion early on on this subject, see here: https://laguna.pw/tek/res/2.html

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Anonymous 06/08/2020 (Mon) 21:04:04 No. 17 [Reply]
With the recent protests, we need a collection of tradecraft use and combine technology with protesting and keeping protesters safe.
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Indeed, have to find ways to make this information more accessible, like sharing memes, FB rants or tweeter threads helps reach many people but at the same time it's easily lost and has a limited reach.

It seems like every few years when protests spark up again we're starting over from square one.

I'm really surprised no one has started a wiki focused on specific issues related to protesting (call it revolutions wiki or something)

sprout distro has some great zines on security culture and protest tactics
see here: https://www.sproutdistro.com/catalog/zines/security/
here: https://www.sproutdistro.com/catalog/zines/direct-action/
and here: https://www.sproutdistro.com/catalog/zines/organizing/

But even then, notice these are all PDF format (often two paged) so they can't really be read via mobile which is how most people consume media these days.

If we want people to read this stuff, it needs to be available in mobile friendly format such as epub or reader friendly html. It needs to be *collected* in an easily searchable way that can also be downloaded en bulk for offline reading, and mirrored on multiple websites so it can't be taken down.
You Could setup a bunch of pirateboxes in CHAZ in order to setup info distribution networks.
true that, or small file servers pretty easy to set up, along with a mesh network, add instant messaging, you can even do voip via mumble to use as encrypted wifi walki talkies
I wanted to play a idea of some of the anon's here, you can use a standard LTE device (smartphone for example) with broadcastify or some police radio to give other activist info during protesting.
>>18 htz is a good zine for protesters it is a bit dated but decent https://mirror.hackthissite.org/hackthiszine/
>>21 intersting in the details of that anon, you mean like using a phone like a walkie-talkie?

lagunanon 07/03/2020 (Fri) 11:14:43 No. 56 [Reply]
Exactly my plan^^
>>56 same But always good to learn a marketable skill, so you can at least buy your own weed
>>56 >>57 better to get a skill that could provide mutual aid to fellow comrades.
>>61 indeed, the working class needs people with practical skills like plumbing/electrical/programming/gardening/auto repair/ carpentry etc. etc.

lagunanon 07/01/2020 (Wed) 13:05:00 No. 52 [Reply]
what theory you been reading anon? I always recommend some mark fisher, giorgio agamben, eric r. wolf, and maybe immanual wallenstien... i read little too much tiqqun / invisible comittee also
Last I read were classics like Adorno and Bakunin.
>>55 used to won a copy of sam dolgoff's Bakunin on Anarchism, pretty good read, really liked his letters to a frenchman
To be honest I am not reading alot atm. My whole situation right now is a bit threatening. I live in Germany and I work in the event industry. To be precise in a Techno Club. Thx to fucking Corona we are closed down since March. At least I get a lil money from the state ao I wont be homeless but its not enough to really live on it. On top of that there is a really weird nationalist, anti left movement growing in society and politics that I thought, espacially if we have a look on German history, would never be possible again here...
So its pretty hard to focus on theory right now. Thats what I am trying to say.
>>59 That really fuckin sucks anon, I'm in a similar situation myself, facing very longterm unemployment. Fascism is a a thing we have to worry about again, and it's growing world wide, humans have a hard time learning form history it seems. Personally not reading as much lately either, more youtube and podcasts - like I've been watching a lot of Renegade Cut reviews ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9infsKo33_2LUoiqXGgQWg ) I'm also a big fan of the Behind the bastards podcast: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/105-behind-the-bastards-29236323/

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lagunanon 06/30/2020 (Tue) 20:31:32 No. 46 [Reply]
Saw this. Makes me wanna update mine^^
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>>46 very clever with the sticks and the shell thingy, are are those joints?

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lagunanon 06/30/2020 (Tue) 19:25:08 No. 35 [Reply]
Just made this. Feel free too use it for shirts or other stuff. Used it for some shirts.
Its hard to see on that backround though
>>36 that is pretty fuckin cool, very classy and minimalist PS: go up top and change 'default' to 'clear' and it's more visable
Thx. Partly copy pasta to be honest
>>39 as yeezy says "too much emphasis is put on originality. Feel free to take ideas and update them at your will all great artist take and update.”
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Anonymous 05/25/2020 (Mon) 05:04:20 No. 32 [Reply]
that is lovely <3

Anonymous 05/21/2020 (Thu) 05:23:35 No. 27 [Reply]
i am the gyrating pomegranate hallucination of your labrynthine root canals
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i think i found my new religion

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Technicians in Covid-19 Anonymous 05/13/2020 (Wed) 20:45:07 No. 13 [Reply]
Hello, I have been a computer and network technician now for over 5 years now and I wanted to shed some light on the current changes affecting myself and other techs. While it does sting to rarely be appreciated for our work, the current feeling of alienation and lack of appreciation for our labor has been grossly apparent. While supplying people with the emergency hardware, software and remote assistance needed, I find that the outrage received from the people we assist has grown beyond the typical. My few fellow "essential workers" and I have put up with more shouting and disappointment than ever before and we cannot react outside of trying to calmly explain a solution to apparent problems. While I understand that people need to ventilate their frustrations, it is all to common to feel like someones techno servant with the way we have been treated. How has the pandemic affected your working environments as computer techs and how has that made you feel?
know exactly what you mean, my call center is still open, somehow our streaming service is 'essential", people are fucking lonely and bored and desperate and a little unhinged, like phones ring off the hook most nights when it used to be dead… customer service is always rough, but now so many of these people feel like any service workers exist as some kind of emotional punching bag, or we're like some old game console the more they beat on the better it will work…

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poster Anonymous 05/10/2020 (Sun) 23:50:41 No. 16 [Reply]
made a poster, share it around if you like
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for some reasons not seeing all replies, weird
test test
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will maybe make a few more this wekk
gonna plaster these all over

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Anonymous 05/10/2020 (Sun) 21:34:16 No. 14 [Reply]
post your makhno flags
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piratebox Anonymous 05/10/2020 (Sun) 10:24:06 No. 11 [Reply]
Piratebox(https://piratebox.cc) was a project to turn cheap routers and rasberry pi's into offline networked devices intended for use in activism and public assemblies. A piratebox featured file uploads, live chat, an imageboard and some other features. There was/is even app available for android ( https://piratebox.cc/android )

It was pretty cool,

but like so many cool open source projects, the lead dev had other things to do and no one has been able to take the project over completely, so the project has been shelved see this post https://forum.piratebox.cc/read.php?9,23070 There is still a fairly active community on reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/Piratebox/

There were many technical issues – it used lighthttpd, buggy etc. see this https://river.cat/2017/11/Re%C3%AFmplementing-PirateBox

It has inspired a number of other projects based around the idea of experimenting with mesh networks / captive portal logins / wireless access points, in a way that is accessible to regular people.

LibraryBox is a more serious project aimed at Libraries, hospitals and other public institutions for hosting information on a local network http://jasongriffey.net/librarybox/

Emptybox is a project on the other end of the spectrum designed for "the purpose of media art, performance, and/or play" https://github.com/brannondorsey/EmptyBox

http://nethood.org/links/ has a pretty exensive list of similar projects

Of course you don't need a 'piratebox' to set up a chan / chat server / filesharing over a local network, you can do that on literally any device…
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pretty good rundown of the features… https://www.linux-magazine.com/Issues/2018/211/PirateBox

is that tinyIB?

Anonymous 05/08/2020 (Fri) 21:51:51 No. 12 [Reply]
Does anyone else like "Soviet visuals"?
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the late soviet union was aesthetic as fuck, i'd describe it as 'retro futuristic', you had brutalist architecture, you had eery pop music, cheap imitation western goods, shit was wild.

Lots of great filmaking and writing came out of the era too from the 60s to late 80s — tarkovsky or Věra Chytilová, the novels by the stragatsky brothers , not to mention the techno music.

actually a lot of developement happened in the USSR in terms of cybernetics and networking, but most of that was subsumed in the western centric money grab that happened after the fall.

Of course, not to downplay the harsh realities of living in the USSR, not even gonna go into that, but any society has it's high and low points

Some links

chrono cross maps Anonymous 05/01/2020 (Fri) 06:28:29 No. 11 [Reply]
found an album of all the chrono cross maps / backgrounds, thought I'd share, since aesthetic


Also here's the final fantasy IX maps / backgrounds

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Gnu Net Anonymous 04/26/2020 (Sun) 06:25:21 No. 9 [Reply]
A few years ago when I first heard about gnu net i thought it was yet another gnu project clone of yet another distributed darknet, but now that the projects matured, it looks like their ambitions are basically to replace to underlying structure (tcp(ip) of the internet itself with something fundamentally more secure, robust and decentralized.


" GNUnet is an alternative network stack for building secure, decentralized and privacy-preserving distributed applications. Our goal is to replace the old insecure Internet protocol stack. Starting from an application for secure publication of files, it has grown to include all kinds of basic protocol components and applications towards the creation of a GNU internet."


"GNUnet is typically run as an overlay network on top of the existing Internet infrastructure forming the basis of a hybrid peer-to-peer mesh and relay backbone for applications to run on. It could just as well be run independently of the Internet, over dedicated radio and cable."

While it doesn't seem the project near a point where regular people can make use of it, We can imagine some post-apocalyptic society where 'the internet' is a mesh network running off old routers and PCs, refashioned cable wires and Ham radio nodes running decentralized encrypted protocols…

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mandatory gabber/hardcore thread Anonymous 04/23/2020 (Thu) 07:47:16 No. 5 [Reply]
post tacky gabber anthems here

is doom tacky gabber ?
honestly just found out about this genre, now I'm addicted

Check out the playlist here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVRkC4q_hOc&list=PLwUPWRt7jpnZh9oJEft4OY-k_D2MBLYKK
if you want to get more into gabber this set from Wixapol's DJ Torrents.eu is mental (audio quality is quite shite but still worth a listen)
actually listened to entire thing, good shit exept when they sampled linkin park lol

l u m w a v e Anonymous 04/24/2020 (Fri) 23:40:26 No. 6 [Reply]
lumwave is apparently a thing

Anonymous 04/23/2020 (Thu) 04:41:17 No. 2 [Reply]
Is hacking praxis or tech?

That being said what are some hacking groups that you like or like reading about.

Hackthiszine is dead so I'm looking for something similar?

what does everyone thing of anarcho hackers?
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>what does everyone thing of anarcho hackers?

I think that the original hacker ethos has always been anarchistic – a combination of of individual freedom, opposition to authority and some sense of social justice – the belief that your individual direct action can make a difference and make the world a better place. Even with the straight criminal hacking it's basically like a pure egoism, a rejection of all other authority.

We need to see more of that imo

I fux with Hispagatos but that's a pretty small community, I'm not sure if there are hacktivist crews like there used to, at least I'm nowhere near that, but I hope I'm wrong there.

We just have a few years until Jeremy Hammond gets released, that guys a fuckin hero in my opinion https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremy_Hammond

>what are some hacking groups that you like or like reading about.

Love reading about the golden age of the bulletin boards– late 80s to mid 90s – it seemed like it was so easy to get into it back then, and then the "Anonymous" era late 2000's early 2010's, but i just missed that period in terms of knowing how to code. The really early days are interesting to like 60s and 70s – as long as there have been computers there have been hackers.

These days it's different, on the one hand it's easier to get into coding, or learn how to "pentest" but it's so fucking corporate its' disgusting – I feel the outlaw spirit of hacking has really suffered.

The state has a true pronged strategy of dealing with hackers – either take this absurd amount of money or go to prison for 10-20 years.
A few books I'd recommend
* Hackers Heroes of the Digital Revolution by Steven Levy — long and incredibly researched, covers the history of hacker culture from it's origins in the 50's "Artifitial Intelligence" labs up until the early 80s.
* The Hacker Crackdown: Law and Disorder on the Electronic Frontier by cyberpunk author Bruce Sterling, covers the hacker scene in the late 80s early 90s and the insane government response to it… there's some interviews with the founders of 2600 and hackers like Phiber Optik
* We Are Anonymous: Inside the Hacker World of LulzSec, Anonymous, and the Global Cyber Insurgency by Parmy Olson, hella researched, this woman basically embedded herself at the height of it, goes into the history of the subculture in some depth.
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in my opinion it depends on context. i feel like this snippet from "inventing the future" captures my views pretty perfectly - i'm unsure if it counts as "praxis" in and of itself but having a technologically literate left comes in handy when dealing with industrial action in our boring dystopia (eg. in ireland a Marxist youth group used SMS bombing to prevent an eviction in their area)
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that exerpt reminds me of how some syndicalists talk about 'choke points' sections in the supply chain that workers can focus on to cause maximum disruption — if we have a technichally literate left and working class those choke points and our ability to access them multiply.

Also, i think it's important to appeal to programmers and engineers and such more than ever, considering that this more and more will constitute the proletariat. The poorer elements of the information industries today will be educating the next generation.

Good book right here: Choke points - logistics workers disrupting the global supply chain

Agree with your point about agitating towards those in tech - at the moment there's this weird alienation between developers and the software they develop (eg. some lad on Twitter who claimed to be a socialist while developing software Walmart uses to prevent unionization) - STEM doesn't have to be a cold, inhuman thing but it's quite convenient for those in power for it to remain as such.

b u l l s h i t Anonymous 04/13/2020 (Mon) 07:26:50 No. 1 [Reply]
idk why i dig this
it's a pretty good dealio