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1. Sticky[LIFE] Blogging/Whining thread  91 2020.02.25 [Tue] 05:02  
2. What's the future for 8ch?  14 2020.02.23 [Sun] 22:53  
3. Hello world  8 2020.02.22 [Sat] 02:08  
4. [NEWS] Recent headlines thread  14 2020.02.19 [Wed] 22:37  
5. Thomas was only following  1 2020.02.19 [Wed] 21:32  
6. my thoughts on dat and ipfs  1 2020.02.19 [Wed] 21:28  
7. how dose one set this up  5 2020.02.19 [Wed] 11:15  
8. [HTTPS] Secure access to 4x13  7 2020.02.19 [Wed] 11:12  
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1. Sticky [LIFE] Blogging/Whining thread [91]

#1 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2019.10.15 [Tue] 14:33
What have you done today? Anything been on your mind? Feel free to go into as much detail as necessary.

#88 // Name: Everettingef : Date: 2020.02.19 [Wed] 08:17
Invest $ 5,000 in itcoin onc and gt $ 70,000 pssive inm pr month: https://ecuadortenisclub.com/makemoney874881
#89 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.19 [Wed] 21:30
really now
#90 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.20 [Thu] 11:47
I feel upset with myself
#91 // Name: Michaelmossy : Date: 2020.02.25 [Tue] 05:02
30 , 1 000 !
https://cloud.mail.ru/public/3U7r/272fRbDc9



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2. What's the future for 8ch? [14]

#1 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2019.10.23 [Wed] 02:16
I kind of think 8chan is dead, 8kun will be coming soon but I don't think it'll be the same. It's a neat way of handling multiboarding (as a successor to 1chan and Drydock / AnonIB)....but NNTPchan the way does things is arguably better.

08chan (on ZeroNet) was interesting for a while but I don't see it having any lasting appeal. Federation simply makes more sense than full p2p features.

#11 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.01.12 [Sun] 21:01
>>3
It's just oxygen deprivation, is all. Every time they bring it back, it's been dead for a little longer.
#12 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.17 [Mon] 23:34
well it looks like they tried to rename it to 8kun and even that died
#13 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.20 [Thu] 11:45
I wonder how much one could reply to one thread until the board breaks nah better not test that
#14 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.23 [Sun] 22:53

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3. Hello world [8]

#1 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2019.10.15 [Tue] 09:04
New home at 4x13.net again

#5 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2019.10.15 [Tue] 15:08
JACKSON 5 GET
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#7 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.19 [Wed] 21:29
yeah here i am
#8 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.22 [Sat] 02:08

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4. [NEWS] Recent headlines [14]

#1 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2019.10.15 [Tue] 09:25
Share recent news articles & discuss them

#11 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2019.11.03 [Sun] 06:30
Fox News Guest Invited to Talk About Military Dogs Blurts Out Jeffrey Epstein Didnt Kill Himself

>A former Navy SEAL invited to talk about military dogs on Jesse Watters Fox News show also offered some unprompted and unexpected thoughts about the death of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
>Epstein didnt kill himself, he added.
>Alright, Watters said, at first not apparently realizing what Ritland just said. Watters then started laughing and said OK.
>Thank you for that commentary, Watters said, chuckling. Maybe more on that later.

https://www.mediaite.com/weird/fox-news-guest-invited-to-talk-about-military-dogs-blurts-out-jeffrey-epstein-didnt-kill-himself/
#12 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2019.11.11 [Mon] 14:22
Researchers hack Siri, Alexa, and Google Home by shining lasers at them

>Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant are vulnerable to attacks that use lasers to inject inaudible -- and sometimes invisible -- commands into the devices and surreptitiously cause them to unlock doors, visit websites, and locate, unlock, and start vehicles, researchers report in a research paper published on Monday. Dubbed Light Commands, the attack works against Facebook Portal and a variety of phones.

https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2019/11/researchers-hack-siri-alexa-and-google-home-by-shining-lasers-at-them/
#13 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2019.11.18 [Mon] 18:18
As Air Pollution Spikes, Indian Bars Sell Clean Oxygen

https://futurism.com/the-byte/air-pollution-indian-bars-clean-oxygen
#14 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.19 [Wed] 22:37
news flash your mom gay



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5. Thomas was only following [1]

#1 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.19 [Wed] 21:32

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6. my thoughts on dat and ipfs [1]

#1 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.19 [Wed] 21:28
my honest opinion is i don't think the development ipfs and dat should be dropped despite its current state hey maybe some day in the far future they will all come together and create some thing that will change the way we use the internet forever like ipv7 that is if any of us will live to see the day every one swaps over to ipv6 let alone 7 or even 12 how ever im interested on what a ipv7 address would look like

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7. how dose one set this up [5]

#1 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.17 [Mon] 23:33
im working on my own text board and im just wondering how do i install this do i need to setup my apache web server to run python scripts because im having a little trouble with that at moment
#2 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.18 [Tue] 00:00
why should i care at this point its dead jim
#3 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.18 [Tue] 11:37
[b]thats it im using lighttpd[/b]
#4 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.19 [Wed] 11:08
Okay so this doesn't support bbcode
#5 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.19 [Wed] 11:15
I have a feature request

- a proper administrative interface

- mark down support

- tha ability to set the default theme

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8. [HTTPS] Secure access to 4x13 [7]

#1 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2019.10.28 [Mon] 18:38
Reading this board through a proxy from a non-https prospective is a chicken feed thwarting. https://letsencrypt.org is the place you're looking for.
Alas, for all of us, none of what was described in http://4x13.net/txt/?1571570521 has seen the light, so I'm not making unrealistic expectations.

#4 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2019.11.03 [Sun] 20:49
>>3
Do know how to post useful posts? I mean, others than: "This. [template here]". Seriously!
#5 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2019.11.03 [Sun] 21:37
> Do you know how to post useful posts?
Fixed.
#6 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.01.01 [Wed] 11:58
I browse using shadowsocks. Unlike the usual proxies it actually encrypts traffic, so I'm safe.
If it really bothers you OP, you should look up on how to set it up. People in China use it extensively so it's pretty popular.
#7 // Name: Anonymous : Date: 2020.02.19 [Wed] 11:12
>>1
You can always point a reverse nginx proxy at it and use certbot to keep the certificate updated



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