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HyperVocal The Best of 4chan in 2012: Pranks, Trolling, and Hilarity

HyperVocal  The Best of 4chan in 2012: Pranks, Trolling, and Hilarity4chan is an English-language imageboard website. Users generally post anonymously, with the most recent posts appearing above the rest. 4chan is separated into various boards with their own specific content and guidelines. Registration is not required, neither is it possible (except for staff).Launched on October just one, 2003, its boards were initially used for posting pictures and discussing manguera and anime, as the site was modeled on Western imageboards, particularly 2chan. The particular site quickly became popular and expanded, though much of 4chan's content still features otaku, anime, and other Japanese cultural influences.

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4chan george bush 4chan stalker
The site has recently been linked to Internet subcultures and activism, most particularly Anonymous, the Alt-Right and Project Chanology. 4chan users have been responsible for the formation or popularization of Internet memes such as lolcats, Rickrolling, "Chocolate Rain", Pedobear and many others. The site's "Random" table, also called "/b/", was one of the site's first forums, and is the the one which receives the most traffic. As the name suggests, the Random board has minimal rules on posted content. Gawker once jokingly claimed that "reading /b/ will melt your brain". The site's anonymous community and culture have often provoked media attention. With regard to media planners, this business is "further proof that imagination is everywhere and new media is less accessible" to advertisement agencies.4chan users have recently been instrumental in pranks such as hijacking Internet destinations to cause images of Rick Astley to show up in place of their content, coordinating attacks against other websites and Internet users, and posting threats of violence so as to generate individual and public side effects. The Guardian once described the 4chan community as "lunatic, juvenile [... ] brilliant, preposterous and alarming. "

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The Best And Worst Things 4Chan Gave The World  Gizmodo Australia
Typically the activity of 4chan will take place on message panels and imageboards.[8][11] The website is split into six categories: Japanese culture, Interests, Imaginative, Adult (18+), Other, and Misc (18+). These provide for on-topic boards to talk about anime, manga, technology, sport, photography, music, hentai, ruisseau, travel, physical fitness, as well as a randomly board. 4chan actually managed discussion boards on a separate domain called "world4ch", but these were later moved to the dis. 4chan. org subdomain. The site has had at least one employee, a programmer whom 4chan's founder Captain christopher Poole met via online Tetris. All other moderators are volunteers. The /b/ (Random), /v/ (Video games), /a/ (Anime and Manga), and /s/ (explicit images) boards are respectively the site's first, second, 3rd, and fourth most popular boards.4chan is one of the Internet's most trafficked imageboards, in line with the Los Angeles Times. 4chan's Alexa rank is normally around seven-hundred, though it has been as high as number 56 at times. It is provided to people free of demand and consumes a sizable amount of bandwidth; as a result, its financing has often been problematic. Poole acknowledges that donations by yourself cannot keep the site online, so they have turned to advertising to help make ends meet. However, the specific content hosted on 4chan has deterred businesses who do not want to be linked to the site's content. In January 2009, Poole signed a new deal with an advertising company; in February 2009, he was $20, 000 in debt and the site was continuous to reduce money. The 4chan servers were moved from Texas to California in August 2008, which enhanced the maximum bandwidth throughput of 4chan from 100Mbit/s to 1Gbit/s.

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IMG MGMT] What Relational Aesthetics Can Learn From 4Chan
Unlike most web forums, 4chan really does not have a sign up system, allowing users to post anonymously. Any nickname may be used when posting, even the one which has been previously adopted, such as "Anonymous" or "moot". Rather than registration, 4chan has provided tripcodes as an optional form of authenticating a poster's identity. Because making a post without filling in the "Name" field causes posts to be attributed to "Anonymous", general understanding on 4chan retains that Anonymous is not a single person but a collective (hive) of users. Moderators generally post without a name even if performing sysop actions. A "capcode" may be used to attribute the post to "Anonymous ## Mod", although moderators often post without the capcode. In a 2011 interview on Nico Nico Douga, Poole described that there are approximately 20 volunteer moderators active on 4chan.[note 1] 4chan has a junior moderation team, called "janitors", who may erase posts or images and suggest that the normal moderation team ban a user, but who can not post with a capcode. Revealing oneself as a janitor is grounds for immediate dismissal.

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4chan has some interesting stories  People Of Gaming
4chan has been the focus on of occasional denial of service attacks. For instance, on December 28, 2010, 4chan and other websites went down due to such an attack, following which Poole said on his blog, "We now become a member of the ranks of MasterCard, Visa, PayPal, et al. --an exclusive club! "

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