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  • Does anyone remember the YouTube channel cassieiswatching from 2006? And do you have any details about it?
    This site was on the link you gave and this site was on there, posted in 2019. Password is qwerty. Perhaps the same creator? Or just a cassieiswatching sleuth trying to promo their own ARG. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What quietly went away without anyone noticing?
    Thanks that was a wonderfully nostalgic read :) and lead me to Im still not completely sure I know what it is…. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Question: Is there selfhosted email server with spam filtering by offline AI model?
    Find some service that runs mail and gives you a Linux shell account. might be a good place to start, or maybe your local linux users group, CCC chapter, or other hacker ensemble has some folks willing to give you an account to tinker. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How the Dead Internet Theory is fast becoming reality
    Nice! I discovered this: (might make your fans spin up). - Source: Hacker News / almost 2 years ago
  • And Worst of 1994 and Predictions for '95
    Private tildes (public Unix machines) with a federated Usenet service do exist. For private "channels", inner mail list with GPG integrated into Mutt. Solved. - Source: Hacker News / almost 2 years ago
  • I'm a noob at homelab stuff, have three spare rack mount PC's to build something out of. What services are you hosting?
    I've just had a look at and I'm still not sure what the point is supposed to be. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • I'm a noob at homelab stuff, have three spare rack mount PC's to build something out of. What services are you hosting?
    If you're looking at some kind of sysadmin role then maybe use it as a chance to explore linux by setting up something like All their code is open source and available to replicate and muck around with. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • In the 90s/early days of the Internet, how would a regular person begin their own blog site?
    There's still lots of evidence of these old "know a guy at the ISP" type clubs around if you know where to look. The most famous one is probably the Ann Arbor monkeys because of who dugsong went on to be. But also see new dream, greenend, and tilde club. Source: about 2 years ago
  • The Return of Gopher: Pre-web hypertext service is still around
    I forgot how fast pages could load when there are no adverts, scripts, banners, trackers, etc. I just look at a retro style ASCII BBS social site like (running on https, but they also serve Gopher at gopher:// ). Source: about 2 years ago
  • SDF Public Access Unix System
    SDF is awesome! Similar in spirit, but more modernized are the family of "tilde" servers (of which the communities have some overlap). Check out! - Source: Hacker News / about 2 years ago
  • My site and account are gone!
    Same thing happened to me. I switched to and they seem to work fine. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Giant, free index to world's research papers released online
    An annoyingly broad answer, but: broadcast an opportunity to allow vetoed access to the server/instance holding the data (eg, with standard user accounts, private home directories and the data located read-only in a dir off of /). Would create a small storm of overhead ("please install ..." ad nauseum), but provide interesting opportunities for open-ended creativity. Also, while unusual, you could potentially... - Source: Hacker News / over 2 years ago
  • Ask HN: Is there an SSH based port forwarding service
    ...that would allow me to host a domain and point it to an under privileged port on a linux server? I have a free user account at (i can run a node service on port 8081 for example) but I'm wondering if I can point a domain to that point via some 3rd party service. - Source: Hacker News / almost 3 years ago
  • free hosting with ssh login?
    I found which is great, but I don't have root (don't really need it actually) but there's no way to point a domain there....also looking for a free domain provider. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • How is SpaceHey going to monetize its own platform?
    Best option is to offer some premium customization scheme. But other websites I've seen that are labors of love (such as and rely mostly on donations. Source: about 3 years ago
  • The hotdog web browser and browser engine
    The idea of "minimal browsers" is a popular one and there are thriving communities based on this idea: Gopher is a dead simple text-based protocol: Project Gemini is a slightly more powerful protocol for the small web: The tilde (~) community, which makes the small web social: I recommend you have a look at James... - Source: Hacker News / about 3 years ago
  • Can I Download a Google Slide as HTML?
    My recommendation: check out people’s pages on Right click > view source. Source: over 3 years ago

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