[ / / / / / / / / / / / / / ] [ dir / altnewz / animu / gfd / hypno / leftyb / marx / vg / vichan ]

/cyber/ - Cyberpunk & Science Fiction

A board dedicated to all things cyberpunk (and all other futuristic science fiction) NSFW welcome

Catalog   Archive

Winner of the 62rd Attention-Hungry Games
/eris/ - Wherein Is Explained Absolutely Everything Worth Knowing About Absolutely Anything.

November 2018 - 8chan Transparency Report
Name
Email
Subject *
Comment *
Verification *
File *
Password (Randomized for file and post deletion; you may also set your own.)
* = required field[▶ Show post options & limits]
Confused? See the FAQ.
Flag
Embed
(replaces files and can be used instead)
Options

Allowed file types:jpg, jpeg, gif, png, webm, mp4, swf, pdf
Max filesize is 16 MB.
Max image dimensions are 15000 x 15000.
You may upload 5 per post.


“The mind commands the body and it obeys. The mind orders itself and meets resistance.”

File: 1463615498272.jpg (158.45 KB, 640x800, 4:5, 4796ed19897d288aaee22c7a36….jpg)

 No.41733[Reply]

Useful Websites

8chan (Unofficial) /cyber/ Steam Group:

http://steamcommunity.com/groups/8chancyber

Repository for various /cyber/ related content:

http://jinteki.industries

FAQ

>What is cyberpunk?

Cyberpunk is a subgenre of science fiction in a future setting, noted for its focus on "high tech and low life". It features advanced science, such as information technology and cybernetics, coupled with a degree of breakdown or radical change in the social order. - wikipedia

>What is /cyber/?

/cyber/ is a board on 8chan devoted to the Cyberpunk genre, setting, and ethos.

>I want to post "x". Is "x" cyberpunk?

Lurk for a bit and ask yourself if you think users here would like it.

>What are the specifications for banners and flags?

banners should be 300x100 png or gif. file limit must not exceed 750kb

flags must be 20x11 png. Flags should be clean and legible on a dark background.

93 posts and 21 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
Post last edited at

 No.53366

>>53356

What non free blobs?




File: 9232f83bbdb7cb7⋯.jpg (32.47 KB, 600x400, 3:2, BshPIGZIUAAw2uQ.jpg)

 No.52810[Reply]

How about we create our own SCP Foundation for cyberpunk short stories or mysterious objects appearing in various places due to a spacetime leak in a dimension which looks like William Gibson's 80s cyberpunk world and also like those cyberpunk anime from the 80s and 90s?

34 posts and 3 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.53382

I figured if we just keep sharing vague ideas nothing will ever get done, so I spent a bit of time writing this. None of this has to be permanent, I just wanted you guys to have something to go off.

WARNING: THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS CLASSIFIED BY THE ADSCENSIO RESEARCH CORPORATION. UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS WILL LEAD TO PROSECUTION.

Name: Interdimensional Relay

Hazard Level: 0

Physical Features: The Interdimensional Relay (IDR) and all variants come in the constant form of a computer-esque machine on some kind of metal lectern. It has a screen which comes in at a size of approximately 11 x 7 inches. The lectern, standing at 46 inches has been observed to be made of a metal with similar properties to aluminium. Although it shares several properties with metal it is slightly different, as it has been concluded that the metal cannot experience corrosion. The computer screen is also accompanied by a small keyboard with keys matching the QWERTY layout.

Behaviour/Traits: Upon activating the IDR, the user will be shown a text saying “Welcome to the Interdimensional Relay, you are currently linked with Dimension X” where X is a number that varies from unit to unit but as of yet always stays the same on a given variant. Below that, text can be seen saying “You are communicating from: Dimension 943”. The user will then be directed to some form of chatroom, similar to an IRC chat, where they can communicate with whoever may be on the other end. Depending on the IDR version accessed, the person who the user talks to will vary, but they will always be from a world similar to ours, but with a couple major differences. Examples include:

-Valerius, who lives in a timeline in which the Roman Empire never fell, and now rules over the planet known as ‘Terra’.

-Cassandra, whose world shows a bleak future of our own, where the planet has been devastated by thermonuclear war.

-Arthur, who lives in a time not far from our own, where humans and androids coexist, and live as equals.

Origin: The first IDR unit was unearthed on [REDACTED], whePost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.53384

>>53382

>>53382

Seems more scifi and supernatural than cyberpunk imo, not sure how you want things to go.

I thought the idea was upposed to be more based in reality.

It was nice though.


 No.53385

>>53384

Well, the OP talked about spacetime leaks, but depending on what route we go down I can alter it. I just wanted to at least have some start be made on it.


 No.53389

>>53376

Yes, that would be great. A city where time leaks are occurring and the government is trying the hardest to keep it a secret while analyzing objects fallen from different dimensions as thoroughly as possible. Please note everyone, I chose the multiverse route so that you all can have as much creative freedom as possible.

>>53378

Me too

>>53379

Yes, like the internet technologies from Serial Experiments Lain

>>53382

Love it. You got the talent. Just more cyberpunky and less supernatury.

>>53385

A city where there are space leaks from different dimensions is perfect for creative freedom. You make your dimensions however you want (under the criteria of cyberpunk genre afcourse) .


 No.53390

>>53389

Yeah, I suppose I should find a way to link it in with more cyberpunk themes. Thanks for the feedback




File: 1439523834737.jpg (42.49 KB, 480x360, 4:3, all.jpg)

 No.30783[Reply]

Hey, /cyber/.

I'm doing something that uses some board-tans, and it got me thinking on what's the status of board-tans and mascots overall on 8ch. Over the next few days I'll be asking around other boards, to possibly catalogue them somewhere eventually- do you guys have one, a board-tan, a mascot?

Over a year after the board's creation, was the idea ever approached, did you reach some conclusion, do you want one, not want one? What's your shpiel, basically?

Pic unrelated, I just figure you'd like Bubblegum Crisis.

241 posts and 89 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.51174

File: 375c0884dff242f⋯.png (294.31 KB, 1680x1520, 21:19, ClipboardImage.png)

>>51164

It should be laughing man, you can shoop it on to anyone, any pic, easy to meme it, in the spirit of cyberpunk, cyberpunk doesn't need a fixed construct for a tan.


 No.51396

File: 2a836ea386720a5⋯.png (529.67 KB, 1300x2075, 52:83, 8chan winter ball.png)

File: 2a8449170cbf612⋯.png (340.79 KB, 900x900, 1:1, 2a8449170cbf61202ac18fafd1….png)

I'm compiling a board-tan roster for research purposes. Should I just use the older /cyber/-tan, or is there a different design that I should use?


 No.53377

lol @ people bumping this ancient dead thread. lol @ the ancient drama over /cyber/-tan being an SJW because half of this board is retarded /pol/lacks who like Blade Runner and shitwave. just lol

never change /cyber/


 No.53387

>>53377

>being an SJW

>half of this board is retarded /pol/lacks

You must go back and kill yourself.


 No.53388

>>53387

We're anarcho-nazis




File: 7ef988c1846263c⋯.jpg (144.5 KB, 810x456, 135:76, 619661-encryption.jpg)

 No.53265[Reply]

The Access and Assistance Bill gives law enforcement the ability to force technology companies to provide access encrypted messages. Supporters say it will help law enforcement prevent terrorism while opponents argue it will weaken Australians' online security and privacy.

5 posts and 1 image reply omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.53371

>>53305

They think encryption is like lemon juice.


 No.53372

Progressive tyranny. It also makes Australians easy targets for cyber crime.


 No.53374

File: 5fbd6a23fb0553b⋯.webm (7.93 MB, 640x480, 4:3, LoGH_Politics.webm)

More details about this came to light.

The government can force individuals to place backdoors in their employers codebase. The individual is not allowed to tell anyone about it, or they face prison time, including their employer.

So you either get fired during code review and are blacklisted by employers for trying to sneak exploits into production, or you go to jail for refusing to do so.


 No.53380

File: ca1361e933f9104⋯.jpg (7.29 KB, 207x253, 9:11, facts.jpg)

>>53374

link?

this is dystopian.


 No.53386

File: 9d833084a6a54da⋯.png (470.58 KB, 628x452, 157:113, LoGH_Democracy_Dictatorshi….png)

>>53380

Here you go anon.

>The new law also allows officials to approach specific individuals—such as key employees within a company—with these demands, rather than the institution itself.

>In practice, they can force the engineer or IT administrator in charge of vetting and pushing out a product's updates to undermine its security. In some situations, the government could even compel the individual or a small group of people to carry this out in secret.

>Under the Australian law, companies that fail or refuse to comply with these orders will face fines up to about $7.3 million. Individuals who resist could face prison time.

https://www.wired.com/story/australia-encryption-law-global-impact/

>"Furthermore, the legislation also covers an individual if '… the person develops, supplies or updates software used, for use, or likely to be used, in connection with: (a) a listed carriage service; or (b) an electronic service that has one or more end users in Australia', which appears to cover every piece of software, or mobile app, that connects to internet or produces content that is going to be used on the internet.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/australias-anti-encryption-law-will-merely-relocate-the-backdoors-expert/




File: 2de53d6fd0a5d15⋯.jpeg (124.73 KB, 678x500, 339:250, 453E5E38-C710-4DDA-A52C-D….jpeg)

 No.53317[Reply]

What are the cyberpunk clubs in your area like ?

13 posts and 11 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.53363

>>53326

Sure does. The Robot Restaurant in Shinjuku, Tokyo. It's a dinner show, not a club though.


 No.53367

>>53322

Only good thing about this place is the senator.


 No.53369

>>53367

Ah yes, King Degenerate.


 No.53375

>>53369

Was always a good time each fall watching all the new kids from USF show up for the first time.

I use to be a regular at this place for a very long time. I have many good memories of the craziness of the place. It started going down hill about 10 years ago, and I could not even bring myself to go this Guavaween.


 No.53383

File: bc547101f76b787⋯.jpg (2.93 KB, 125x125, 1:1, 1529818606214.jpg)

No cyberpunk clubs around here. If I could ever save up the brouzouf I'd like to start one, but considering how fucking dull this city is I'd be lucky if it lasted a year. Most subculture clubs here last for about 8 months unless they also cater to a lot of normie shit. If I had to deal with fucking gangsta rap and generic fucking nu metal most of the operating time I'd shoot myself.

Even the few places that lasted more than several years have been cutting ties with a lot of the local subcultures and just going to shit.




File: 7c6bdcf93ef286b⋯.png (138.11 KB, 735x885, 49:59, computer-punk-7c6bdcf93ef2….png)

 No.53088[Reply]

when the fuck will AR glasses finally take off in the same way VR goggles did?

i wanna techwear in public, dammit

and i wanna adblock_irl

52 posts and 30 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.53252

Bringing this tread back from the abyss.

https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/business/technology/sd-fi-snapdragon-qualcomm-855-story,amp.html

>Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 to deliver 5G, artificial intelligence to Android…


 No.53273

>>53252

Nice

Just have to wait two years for them to get all the bugs out.


 No.53279

>>53273

I like your optimism.


 No.53295

File: 39bf0b8c2e0dc83⋯.jpg (170.17 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, 20181122_000038.jpg)

A full cyber look never goes well in public unless you are a talented manufacturer of all the components necessary to pull it off or have bitcoin to burn a plenty.

Best case scenario for public interaction if you don't want to look like someone heading to a nearby con is people having to get close to you to notice you're decked out with cyber gear, in which case they'd probably note the unique style yet discreet nature of it and breathe easy they weren't visually assaulted by a man wearing an HTC Vive and more loose wires than a battle-damaged terminator in some grungy New York subway for the fifth time that day.

At best, headgear-wise, we're looking at hardware not dissimilar to a pair of sunglasses with the ability to block out most natural light (would need radiant light to avoid eye strain), replacing it with a feed of the outside via cameras mounted on the front. This serves the dual purpose of eliminating outside interferences and the need for regular glasses. Headphones (if included) could have bone conducting ability as well as regular audio and manual noise cancellation for complete immersion when is time appropriate. A pointing stick (aka laptop nipple) can be mounted on the right side for cursor movement and buttons beside it can link to software actions.

The whole thing would basically be a simple OS with an on-screen keyboard, perfect for watching movies, YouTube, or browsing the internet (aka lurking through imageboards, breathing easy you don't have to hide the giant porn banner from the little old lady sitting next to you anymore). Possible facial recognition, AR/VR functionality, and a slew of other software gimmicks could warrant its existence as a non-phone tech item.

>>53100

With the exception of the first pic, those products are literal trash. The fitbit-looking thing can never function due to how light projection works and the laser keyboard is aids to use for anything except demonstration purposes.

No reason for them to exist either, they're inferior versions of both products they're trying to improve upon (as is the case for most 2-in-1 products).

They cPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.53373

A good time to have an AR startup.

>Today In Funding: $42M For Startups Tackling AR

ttps://news.crunchbase.com/news/today-in-funding-42m-for-startups-tackling-ar/




File: 09d77220bbd0ba2⋯.jpeg (226.05 KB, 1500x821, 1500:821, 7B559A5E-27F9-435E-BD83-D….jpeg)

 No.52958[Reply]

A new digital payment

Taler

https://www.coindesk.com/free-software-messiah-richard-stallman-we-can-do-better-than-bitcoin

What everyone’s opinion cyberpunks ?

3 posts omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.53346

>>53345

Imagine coming to /cyber/, being a statist, and then getting mad that other people aren't also statists.

This is a capitalist board. There is no place for your left-wing commie nonsense here.


 No.53349

>>53338

“Let me check reddit real quick and see.”

“ well I think I’ll stay here. “

Besides everything you mentioned, how do you feel about the coding ?


 No.53351

>>53349

>“Let me check reddit real quick and see.”

>“ well I think I’ll stay here. “

I have no idea what you mean by this. By looking at your inability to use greentext and misuse of quotes i see that you're new to imageboards. You should fuck off back, leftist drone.

>how do you feel about the coding ?

Boring, going for a programming degree, though probably will drop it. Why are you asking? This is not /tech/, it's a science fiction board.


 No.53352

File: 62e346ebc535eda⋯.gif (621.69 KB, 500x497, 500:497, 62e.gif)

>>53345

>hierarchist

>Tfw antifa is scared of using the word "anarchist" and has to make up another one.

And stay there. You always was just another welfare leech.


 No.53370

>>53351

Ooo

I didn’t know it was science fiction.

I’ll make my way to the tech board then.

Good luck




File: 9431bfe366e217a⋯.webm (3.96 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 9431bfe366e217a0380ec2869….webm)

 No.52723[Reply]

What are you doing to prepare for the inevitable, chummers? Prepared for your SIN?

But really, what is to be done? And in general, why don't we have a place like this in onionland? At the moment, we're just a bunch of nobodies talkin dreck but still, as we are right now, we might as well register ourselves as "potential threats" with the local pig office

3 posts and 1 image reply omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.52879

>>52723

well, there is a onion chatroom


 No.52881

>>52730

Degrees are such a load of shit.

>computing power runs out over time

>year 2013 and he doesn't know OCR can be done on any piece of shit smartphone

And the worst fucking part

>storage capacity

License plates are only 7 bytes. A 16gb flashdrive from your local megacorp breadline center would be able to hold more than 2 billion license plate numbers.


 No.52882

>>52723

Where does that video come from? I know it's probably from China, but anything more specific? What system is it?


 No.52916

>>52723

Build both a normal profile for myself in the system and on the other end build up skills and knowledge to help me avoid it in other ways.

There is no escape from the surveillance state, like a straight jacket the more you struggle the tighter it'll bare down onto you.

Instead give them the illusion of being a "good boy". Play vidya on my windows machine, post pictures on my social media, have a normal email I do shit with. Post on reddit about my hobbies, etc, etc. So my profile looks like a "normal" citizen.

While my other machines are locked down tightly audited *nixs, use jump hosts or wifi networks not my own to keep up my dual life. Multiple networks and multiple cell phones.


 No.53364

>What are you doing to prepare for the inevitable, chummers? Prepared for your SIN?

I'm working to hide myself from as much as I can from nation states and corporations alike by working on minimizing my connection to the clear-net. I don't have social media or connect to any normie sites that require them to know who I really am (besides shopping shit).

I've been also working on VPNing everything, and keeping it separated/segmented from each other. For example, I got a VPN for ebay/amazon and other online purchase, one for other clear-net browsing (reddit/4ch etc) and others for various things on the clear-net. I try to minimize my time on the clearnet though and make as much use of Tor as I can, and I have a dedicated VPN just to connect to Tor as well. I'm hoping to one day fully just stay in darket networks like Tor/i2p/freenet full time, with no need to access the clearnet. My own infrastructure is currently all behind (mumble servers, IRC servers, gitlab, nextcloud VPNs and I'm begining to migrate them to Tor for further anonymity.

All my personal computers do not have intel ME and are coreboot/librebooted.




File: a2cc326083982c4⋯.jpg (19.07 KB, 230x125, 46:25, afternow-animation.jpg)

 No.52812[Reply]

http://rantmedia.ca/afternow/

I share this because In the early 2000's rantmedia was doing internet content creation before the normies stormed the web.

Tales of the afternow had a weird way of being somewhat accurate and gave the listener an eyes on the ground view of what was in our future. It was formative to introducing me to the ideas and concepts of cyberpunk. It lead me on a great journey to reading PKD and Gibson and convincing my friends to play Shadowrun.

So Anon, what introduced you to Cyberpunk?

12 posts omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.53298

>nobody mentions Bruce Sterling or William Gibson

poseur board


 No.53299

I read Neuromancer in highschool and never looked back.


 No.53304

>>53292

I think they mean stylistically. Pixels & synthwave. You know,

> A E S T H E T I C S

>>53298

Gibson is mentioned in the OP, open your eyes anon.


 No.53342

Blame!


 No.53358

My first bits of /cyber/ media were GitS, Lain and Akira, which I was drawn to after watching the Matrix sometime in the 00s and wanting more of the same aesthetic.

I don't think I knew it was its own genre until I heard someone say it around 09 on cuckchan




File: b7b83b949a26293⋯.jpg (28.54 KB, 728x380, 182:95, nodejs-event-stream-module.jpg)

 No.53086[Reply]

5 posts and 1 image reply omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.53233

>>53224

Main stat DEX, uses daggers or crossbows, sneaky, dresses in black


 No.53248

>>53224

I think the term was used because the contributor was a malware passing e-wallet leech.


 No.53337


 No.53354

Wagedrones better report it to their Chief Information Security Officer.

Or whatever they called these days.


 No.53355

>>53337

*Malware has been found in the libraries of many other languages.




File: ee55f952e0af226⋯.png (345.04 KB, 500x500, 1:1, 69gOcPV.png)

 No.51231[Reply]

the PPD here has fallen like a brick

i'm pretty sure there's only like ten of us left

how do we boost board activity?

119 posts and 18 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.53253

Hi guys I love the idea of streaming 1s and 0s to communicate what's going on in this thr-


 No.53316

>>53240

>I don't believe in the abstraction of "free speech" at all

>You cannot tolerate intolerance in a tolerant society

>gays, black-skinned people, homosexuals

>so-called "sjws"

Wow, that's not even reddit-tier, that's something even deeper into normalniggery. Fuck off back to tumblr, you hysteric sissy shit.


 No.53325

File: c0581ee04456d99⋯.jpg (1 MB, 2800x2100, 4:3, AI.jpg)

>>51231

>how do we boost board activity?

>>51560

>if you have anything to say just type something out and post.

Have agree with this anon, just participate.


 No.53341

>>53241

If people are forbidden from speaking, they'll assume that it can only be because those forbidding them from speaking have no arguments to disprove them. Everyone calls every viewpoint they disagree with contemptible and indefensible regardless of evidence. Sometimes those who the public thinks are discredited are actually correct and the public is wrong. But only some are actually forbidden from articulating those viewpoints publicly. Whichever view is the most heavily censored is the most likely to be true. Let's have an example of this now.

>>53240

I support lowering the age of consent to 14 because there is no evidence whatsoever of it being harmful for an adult to plow a teenager and the idea that two teens can sex each other but you can't do the same thing with someone older is pure doublethink. If I adopted your policy, I'd get to ban you from speaking your opinion like you've done to us for decades because SJWs of your ilk are invariably raging feminazis who got the age of consent raised because older women can't handle the competition from cute teenage girls, and if this ever got on a mainstream media outlet it would completely destroy you because men already hate feminism. Does that sound like fun to you? I'd get to go on the news and screech autistically about how you deserve to be censored because your views are toxic and problematic. But I'm not going to do that because I have actual evidence and reasoning to support my beliefs, meaning I don't have to censor people who disagree with me. Thanks for proving to the rest of the board that the cyberpunk community has a serious problem with SJWs, by the way.


 No.53350

>an argument about how most arguments on imageboards devolve into political shitflinging devolves into political shitflinging

like poetry

Trying to ban content you don't like goes against the very thing that makes imageboards appealing.

In my humble opinion the problem with /pol/tards isn't that they want to gas jews or whatever the fuck it is they advocate, but that they just can't fucking shut up about it.

This whole problem transcends political views, it's more about attitude.they are under the impression that all IBs are inherently alt-right or national socialist or whatever and they seem to think that everyone who disproves of their infographic dumping ,mindless buzzword shouting or even mildy disagrees with them must be an outsider offended by their oh-so-edgy views instead of their pure retardation(which is ironic since most /pol/tards are probably election newfags who also post on reddit)

You know how some obvious newfags make post on /b/ for some "le epic raid"?they do that because that's the impression of imageboards they got either from their reputation or some shitty e-celebs.first impressions matter and the same is also true for all the /pol/ newfags who seems to think right wing political activism is the core foundation of imageboard culture and then proceed to use them for that exact purpose further cementing this warped view and attraction more people to perpetuate this cycle.They have no respect for the actual culture off individual IBs or boards and only use them because they can say "nigger" or other bad words without getting banned.

I'd love to talk about how i have an awesome plan to make imageboards great again but i don't think it's physically possible.

Trying to reason with these people won't do shit

if they somehow leave IBs might just get flooded with actual SJWs who are, if you'll excuse my radical centrism,just as bad and sticking to alt-chans or other websites won't to shit since this polarized attitude can be found pretty much everywhere

This whole situation will probably only get worse with the 2020 US elections.

In short: shit's fucked and there's nothing anyone can do about it. the best thing you couldPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




File: dbef13df7d0d2d6⋯.jpg (183.44 KB, 1024x603, 1024:603, 3045994303_6f2a4f36d2_b-10….jpg)

 No.53245[Reply]

Early internet adopters, can you explain to us newbies how the internet was back then, the pros and cons to it and was the 'normie-fication' of said technology a beneficial convince or a detriment to it's purpose.

2 posts and 2 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.53256

Walking in the rain with out a umbrella.

That’s what it was like.

Aggravated


 No.53264

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>53245

Pretty comfy in the 90s. No neo-liberal thought policing. Kids were also safer online (no porn popups everywhere). It was a great deal less diverse. Much like the West.


 No.53267

File: fff6d747b50ba5e⋯.jpeg (60.67 KB, 357x400, 357:400, 4478541E-61DE-4591-B864-9….jpeg)

>>53264

Was that Lucifer technologies they said with video for $10.00 a hour.


 No.53300

I should have added I'm talking 1998-2005. Anything old is just vintage.


 No.53347

File: d5cda7a4cc88bdd⋯.jpg (68.61 KB, 1000x755, 200:151, preacher.jpg)

>>>53255

>If you had call wanting it would knock you off line.

This only happened to brainlets. Anyone who understood how to use the phone prefixed their number with *70 to disable call waiting. And only casuals used their main line for data. If you where halfway serious you had a dedicated modem line without "advanced calling features" like call waiting. That shit cost extra and was pointless on a modem line.




File: 03fec4b696a360b⋯.jpg (181.18 KB, 1281x624, 427:208, cyberpunk_bar_by_damnagy-d….jpg)

 No.50787[Reply]

I like playing out this idea in my head of starting a cyberpunk bar. I got no brouzouf to do it with, but I like to dream.

What would a modern day cyberpunk-bar look like? What kind of name would it have? What drinks would it serve?

I figured it would probably have the local cheaper beer on tap, as well as something like Asahi (or a themed house beer), with cyberpunk themed cocktails and cheaper food to eat (everything from instant noodles to bar pizza).

As for the name, ideas like the "Capsule Bar" or "Neo-Tokyo" are the first things that come to mind.

125 posts and 20 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.53082

>>52884

no, private companies make that stuff. they simply receive FUNDING from the government in many cases. capitalism is the driving force of progress.


 No.53083

>>51266 and

>>51211 here.

I'm in the middle of building a close-ish approximation to what I have in mind using the sims 3. will post screenshots if there is interest.


 No.53335

Is the cyberpunk bar open ?

I need a drink.

Doomie doesn’t like any of my threads.


 No.53339

>>53335

Yes, come in, I'll pour you a drink. Who is this doomie faggot? Does he suck cocks? I think he does on the reg.


 No.53340

File: e6e3bac39335681⋯.jpeg (8.14 KB, 295x171, 295:171, startDrinkingHeavily.jpeg)

>>53335

Take my advice and start drinking heavily.




File: 12b934bb0d4419d⋯.jpeg (42.47 KB, 474x294, 79:49, 1246DBE8-49DE-46DF-B5A4-D….jpeg)

 No.53309[Reply]

# Name Price

1 BTC

Bitcoin $3,468.41

2 XRP

XRP $0.308936

3 ETH

Etheream $92.63

4 XLM

Stellar $0.121549

5 USDT

Tether $1.01

3 posts omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.53315

File: e93c1f1abd18d15⋯.gif (996.5 KB, 500x436, 125:109, 2CE75259-0B43-4E22-AEFE-08….gif)

>>53310

Hi tech - low life

“Embrace the doom, bring your ideas to light.”

“It’s ok not to be perfect, only your coding has to be perfect.”

“Don’t look back!”


 No.53328

>>53313

if im right, a thread got deleted because of this. it wouldve been better if you made some kind of general thread where people could post stuff like that.

>>53314

xmr, or just fiat


 No.53333

>>53328

I listed the top 5 cryptos I’m not pro to any coin or spreading fud.


 No.53334

>>53328

Sounds good to me, I watch it and put a little in it.

Only what I can afford.


 No.53336

>>53328

I went to the cyberpunk bar thread, but no one was at the bar.

I’ll try to post a thread you like.




File: f3ff98a9acc2a56⋯.jpeg (62.73 KB, 600x350, 12:7, 75459189-A3D6-47F0-8872-0….jpeg)

 No.53312[Reply]

>>The Future is here, ESports.

'Magic: The Gathering' esports league launches with $10 million in prizes.

The "Magic Pro League" will feature 32 of the world's top players.

https://www.engadget.com/amp/2018/12/07/magic-the-gathering-esports-league-10-million-prizes/

 No.53327

die


 No.53331

>>53327

<<<live


 No.53332

>>53327

<<doomie it will be ok, there’s no life like the cyberpunk life.




Delete Post [ ]
[]
Previous [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15]
| Catalog | Nerve Center | Cancer
[ / / / / / / / / / / / / / ] [ dir / altnewz / animu / gfd / hypno / leftyb / marx / vg / vichan ]