I discovered Wapchan through /kind/. Now that I think about it, most places I know I have found because they were mentioned somewhere else. There is lurk and learn, but also lurk, wait and find. Of course I have found way more places with lists and stuff, but those were boards I never really used and therefore don't remember.
I like all of them, but Rin is my favorite and has a special place in my heart.
Still pissed that there is no route for Misha and Miki and Rika and Saki were only jokes. Yes, mods and all that. They never came close what could have been though. Anyway, it makes me always happy to see somebody continues to talk about it and posts stuff from it. Nice to have you here.
Yeah, I am a digital nomad too. I would like to take roots somewhere, but I just can't care anymore like I used to. This is also a reason why it bothers me so much that it got so hard to find new places. How can a nomad travel, when there is no destination? In my case I noticed that my social shotcomings happened because I was always online and posting. Now that I am forced to interact with people in real life, my urge to post diminished.
I have to admit that I never liked 8chan, the webring and all that revolved around it.
Friend boards are a nice thing in my opinion. At least I think /kind/ and Wapchan was always a nice fit.
> I miss the way things used to be.
So do I. The older I get the more I think I am nothing but a fool, a nostalgic, melancholic fool who does not want time to pass.