We've got new fancy forum software, and a shiny new 48TB server. Apologies to whoever voted in that poll I made however long
ago, but I had to take what was available, and this is it.
comfy box 1st anniversary is on April 20th, 2022. This was not intentional, but I have the invoices from my hosting providers
to prove it.
To be honest, I expected to become bored with this site and let it die, I didn't even think I would have this website for a year when I
first started it. This whole website started because I bought a stupid domain name on a discord call with a bunch of idiots, and then
figured I might as well do something with it. Sure, its a tiny website, and posts are rarely made, but I've had too much fun and learned
way too much shit while I've been doing this, so I plan to keep on doing this for as long as possible.
I plan on officially relocating to https://comfybox.floofey.dog in the coming months. On 20/04/2022, at midnight UTC-8, new account
registrations and the ability to post will be disabled. I'm not taking this old site down, for the sake of posterity. I'm still
thinking of how to celebrate the anniversary of comfy box, but know that the celebrations will likely take place here, and not on the
new forum. Or I might do both. Who knows. I might keep the chat open after the anniversary because why not.
There is a very high chance of links in archive box breaking as I move all of our content to the new server.
Thanks to everyone who has ever stumbled upon this humble little website. Including you. Thanks to everyone that has showed
appreciation for my work, even though I really don't consider it "work".
I don't know what the future holds for this website, but I know the future isn't looking good for the Internet as a whole. Social media
is quickly becoming a weapon of mass destruction. The platforms that we rely on to host content are becoming more and more
restrictive and sanitized. Advertising and marketing agencies show no signs of stopping until they know each and every thing about
you, to sell you as much bullshit as possible. But most importantly, the long-term accessibility of information is hardly even considered.
I mean, fuck it, downloading content for personal use isn't even a thought that crosses the minds of many.
Our shared cultures and history are NOT safe in the hands of the faceless, colossal, uncaring beasts of corporations that dominate the
landscape of the Internet, and neither are you. We stand at the edge of losing decades of human history. We stand at the edge of
losing the freedom to exchange information and ideas freely with each other. We will lose, quite frankly, everything, if we become
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