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Pick five


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Thanks to the internet, the world is even more connected than it's ever been. But at the same time, it's also more disconnected.

For some reason a law, a worldwide restriction has been put into place. The world is given a decision to pick five websites. Five. Only those five will remain online. Individual sites/profiles will still exist, like if you have a hosted blog, you pick the blog host, etc. More may be added to the list over time, but it has to be approved for some reason.

What are your five? What sites do you go on every day?


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um the ones useful for organizing a revolution or something

things I would prefer to stay in general:

  1. Youtube
  2. tumblr
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Wayback Machine I guess???
  5. other website

TCoD is nice, but it being one of the five-ish websites left on Earth would not be, probably...

I liek Squirtles

sobble squad
1. Netflix
2. tumblr
3. Pirate Bay: yarr?
4. Wikipedia
5. A forum I host where I decide who gets in and who doesn't, or maybe block certain subsections of the forum.


onion witch
3. Pirate Bay: yarr?
/giggles a little bit

But really, if I had to pick only five:
  1. Wikipedia
  2. Tumblr
  3. Pokémon Turquoise (hell yeah)
  4. w3schools.com (Not going to lie, I still need this site on occasion.)
  5. mspaintadventures.com
TCoD is nice, but it being one of the five-ish websites left on Earth would not be, probably...
Basically my feelings as well. The Cave of Dragonflies is a great place for people who are comfortable with its community, but those who aren't? Well...


1. Reddit.
2. Web Archive, where you can technically view the entire internet ( that has been captured ) anyway.
3. TCoD.
4. eBay.
5. ... Google?