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beefswitch  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Aether: reddit + bittorrent

It'd probably work better for imageboards, realistically. Trying to recreate reddit at this point is unrealistic but you could pretty easily make a new imageboard community. I'm pretty sure /g/ would be interested in decentralized channing at least.

Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, Is A Real Boy, and No More Sad Face.

A few years ago, "quantum computer" was a phrase I never thought I'd see outside of speculation. We're in the future.

It's like this everywhere, unfortunately. We're way too obsessed with war as a romanticized concept, it's ridiculous.

beefswitch  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Halloween Costumes

Fangamer is amazing indeed. Good shirts plus extras, always pleasant.

The voting system itself is the biggest problem. You drown out discussion because people are much more willing to upvote stupid pictures than they are long articles.

It'd be much easier to just use vote bots to get a similar effect anyway. I'm something like 90% sure that reddit's frequently manipulated by vote bots.

Painting, digitally in particular.

beefswitch  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: What's up Hubski?

3 foot tall, approximately. Was going to be six foot tall, but I decided that it'd be either ridiculously, unmovably heavy if I made it out of oak or prohibitively expensive if I made it out of mahogany. I have no idea what I'm slinging, but the possibilities are endless.

And no promises on a video, but I'll probably do a video. Assuming it actually works.

beefswitch  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: What's up Hubski?

Yup! Except significantly smaller, of course.

They usually talk to a friend who is freaked out by the idea and talks to the police, who tell them to tell their friend to meet an agent in a certain area at a certain time. Undercover police look like the scariest biker guys you've ever seen, so they usually don't draw a lot of attention. Then the cop sits down with the guy, tells a convincing tale, and nobody ever sees his face and he goes by an assumed name. For the record, my dad is an ex-cop. Did this sort of shit a couple times, mostly went undercover in gangs and gained their confidence so he could stop huge sums of money in drugs from getting where they're going.

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