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round 2005 or so a strange link started showing up in my old webcomic’s referral logs. It was a bulletin board, but its system of navigation was opaque. It was an offshoot of a different message board which I also knew from my referral logs, “Something Awful”, at the time, an online community of a few hundred nerds who liked comics, video games, and well, nerds things.Counter intuitively, you had to hit “reply” to read a thread. But unlike boards with similar content, Something Awful skewed toward dark jokes.Perhaps the most appealing part for users was that you didn’t have to make an account. Now 4chan is often explained as being responsible for some early popular memes like “rickrolling”. The white Impact font with the black outlines, that was them (via S. Terms like “win” and “epic” and “fail” were all created or popularized on 4chan, used there for years before they became a ubiquitous part of the culture.The software displayed a default name for posters who didn’t sign up — which was everyone. The very method of how gifs and images are interspersed with dialogue in Slack or now i Message or wherever is deeply 4chanian.
They disguised their own sensitivity (namely, their fear that they would be, “forever alone”) by extreme insensitivity.But around 2008 I realized I wanted to do a story on them.Their user base had grown exponentially and it was obvious they were about to explode into the mainstream.I had an account at Something Awful, which I used sometimes to post in threads about my comic.4chan had been created by a 15 year old Something Awful user named Christopher Poole (whose 4chan mod name was “m00t”).Poole had adapted a type of Japanese bulletin board software which was difficult to understand at first, but once learned, was far more fun to post in than the traditional American format used by S.