Is this place slow, or is it dead?

And is there any difference between the two?
Jokes aside, what are your thoughts on small imageboards/textboards that come and go?
I feel a lot of them struggle to find a purpose and uniqueness and as a result struggle to survive after an initial boom of posts that the advertising and excitement for something new bring
However I think it's nice to see all these attempts, it somehow shows that there are people who still care this type of communication. And it's especially fun when you see something which looks original and isn't the usual ib script and theme
Addressing the faq:
>Why does this exist?
>Why do you exist?
I think you misinterpreted the question. What is usually meant by it is:
>Why do you think anybody would ever frequent your website instead of the googleplex of other basically equal ones functionality-wise?
You can't ask the same question to me because people can't choose who they are close to irl as easily as they can choose what website they visit. And anyway if your plan is to have a site alive as much as my social life then you're not well off...

  • This place is basically dead.
    Every once in a while, someone tries to compile a list of small textboards/imageboards, and this place ends up on it. We see a flurry of new activity for several weeks, and then it dies down again.
    >However I think it's nice to see all these attempts, it somehow shows that there are people who still care this type of communication. And it's especially fun when you see something which looks original and isn't the usual ib script and theme
    I agree, I think it's nice, and it's cool to see creative takes on the concept even if most of them aren't really sustainable.
    >Why does this exist?
    I think the main draw to it is the design and color of the site. There isn't anything much more to it.

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  • I think that the cool thing about text boards of this kind is that they are fairly minimal and dead simple and do not require anything in the way of supporting client-side scripts and cookies and all that garbage, aren't privacy-invasive, and tend to attract people who happen to be more interested in the content and the subject matter rather than superficial fluff. There aren't that many places on the Web where one can freely post from Tor without scripts and all that shit, so I highly appreciate that this boards and other similar boards exist, even if there isn't much going on.

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  • Yeah, the software of this place looks pretty rad, and no JS is fucking awesome

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