Tonight, /tg/ and /i/
/tg/ stands for "Traditional Games." From a quick glance, it seems that this encompasses everything considered a game- Board Games, Video games, Dnd, and other similar role playing type games. One of these games is sort of a "what would you do" game; what you would equip yourself with to fight zombies with?
/i/ stands for Oekaki, which my Japanese dictionary tells me means "doodling" or "scribbling." Basically, it's a forum for displaying amazing works of art on paint, or paint like software. However what amazed me was that the board has a built in program for this- you can draw something online then uploaded it all at once with a simple Java app. You can even view animations of people making their illustrations. It's great for people who can't afford paint to... wait what paint comes included with Windows, what are you trying to pull? Quit trying to be a hipster and get rid of your Linux already. But hey, people are making good stuff with this.
|this not being one of them|