>>113778744>Less nerdier or whatever you call this.
You mean there's less autistic weebs? >It's way worse with other places though.
Do you mean other boards or other websites?
I think 4chan as a whole is dying a slow death, it's becoming less and less relevant.
Other online spaces - ones that are more niche and underground - will become popular in the next couple of years.
People are tired of the hegemony and corporatization of Google, Facebook, Amazon, etc, the "tech giants".
The content hasn't gotten worse, there's always good shit out there. But it's harder to find.
YouTube for instance actively encourages you to watch the same shit with it's recommendations. The only way to avoid this is removing your cookies and local storage (i.e, your unique id), and you start getting better recommendations.
I feel like people also give less of a shit about politics now, perhaps they're burnt out.
Even the response to the Democrat nominations seems oddly tepid, and almost nobody cares about XR.