Me estoy embarcando en una aventura mágica y sin igual ~ Well, not really. Moar like I'm ficking around Tor and Freenet to see if I manage to find something useful/interesting. I have this huge obsession with just ~finding~ information, and the deep web is like the greatest challenge ever for me. For those who aren't familiar with it (and if you're not one of my <sparkly>/x/pals</sparkly> chances are you're not), Tor is a network that uses a special protocol to ensure a higher degree of anonimity, and I understand that it works by encrypting normal IP packages and distributing them randomly through nodes (note to self: read the documentation again). It's basically a darknet, but I consider it deep web as well since most pages haven't been indexed by search engines (at least not by clearnet search engines like Google, Tor has its own SEs though).
So, I'm planning on exploring Freenet a bit (although, last time I installed freenet I spent 20 minutes trying to load a html page), then maybe try to find something worthwhile on Usenet (hopefully it'll serve as a starting point to find the real goods - ye olde '96 IPs html sanctuaries with glitter gifs and comic-sans titles).
SO FAR: compiled a list of onion sites (for all of you who're innocent and sweet and want to stay that way don't mind me and don't go around this part of town - seriously). Some of them are in the Hidden Wiki, others I found by lurking around message boards. [link]
(If you never hear of me again, it's because I starred in some real nice low-budget snuff film. Tell my mum I love her, but I love her pastafrolas even more).who am i kidding, i could probably find snuff in this backwater country just by shouting 'HEY GUISE HOW MUCH FOR THE SNUFF FILM' at any subway station at 7.40 in the morning
Also, my birthday's next monday. You're all invited.