Lost account access

As a part of its privacy policy, NoBleme will protect your anonymity as much as possible. This means that you will never be sent any emails that could be used to link you to your identity on the website, or asking you to provide your password. On top of that, automated password recovery systems can be used in a few nefarious ways that we would rather not have to deal with. With this context in mind, NoBleme decided to not implement an automated account recovery process.

If you have lost access to your account (forgotten username, forgotten password, or otherwise), the only way to recover that access is to go on NoBleme's NoBleme's IRC chat server and ask for a website administrator to manually reset your account's password. No need to worry about identity usurpation, there is a strict process in place that will allow the administrator to verify your identity before doing the resetting.




Era: The before times

This page is about a cultural era, an arbitrary way to separate meme history into time periods.

This cultural era encompasses everything until 2001.
Next cultural era: Early Internet

The rise of the Internet in the 1990s enabled communication and cultural exchange on a scale never experienced before. On this emerging platform, the first modern memes began to spread.

There is no specific moment at which 20th century culture ended and 21st century culture began. Rather, one slowly turned into the other over time. However, two specific events marked the turn of the century and caused a major cultural shift.

The first one was the september 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, which ended a decade long feeling of domestic peace in Europe and the USA following the end of the cold war.

The second one was the introduction of smartphones in the early 2000s, which very quickly led to most people having full time access to the Internet in their pockets, allowing for the rise of social networks.

Even though this compendium's goal is to document 21st century culture, any memes from the 20th century which fit the mold of 21st century culture will also be documented.

Content from this era

Cool S

Page type: Meme

You've probably seen or even drawn this symbol before.