I thought I wasn't a newb-but I must be-because I am confused!!

by trimee - 06-10-2019, 06:44 PM
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Posted: 06-10-2019, 06:44 PM (This post was last modified: 13-10-2019, 09:59 PM by trimee.)
Hi everyone!

So I have been a not-thoroughly-involved but semi-involved member of several other like-minded websites for around the last year or so (I've been involved with SE'ing style projects for my entire life but just found out about that year or so ago there was not only a term/name for it but whole communities/groups that revolved/helped each other out around it!!!!).

So just about 1/2 hour ago, I was following a link that brought me to a ghostbin page, which obviously didn't work (you know, based upon the fact that the website is no longer around and all). So I thought I would try the Wayback machine, and it came up with zilch.

But on a different website, there was an article that was about how to find old websites that google won't show, and that brought me to another completely different site that allows you to skip the most popular results and dig a little further into the web.

That's how I found this totally awesome page! 

I thought I already had an account, but my username and password didn't work, THAT'S when I noticed this site is NOT the one I thought I already was a member of!

Thus is my statement of, "I thought I wasn't a newb-but I must be-because I am confused"

Is this site affiliated at all with the other site, or are they completely different?

Either way-nice to meet you!
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Posted: 07-10-2019, 08:10 AM
Hello man! welcome to the forum! Smile Hello man! welcome to the forum! Smile
Regards!
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