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3 hours ago, HybridTheoryGuitar said:

Do you remember the website Linkin-Inside? It was my favorite website to download LP concerts. Have you guys thought about creating something like that nowadays? Would it be doable? I know there is the forum here but links go offline times to times.

 

Yeah. Remember it well. For now, LPLive Archive on YouTube is the best bet for shows, almost everything is streamable there.

 

However, we do have an LPLive project in the works, maybe with the same name, maybe different, to host all of the shows on a server. Audio first, then video. I actually finished all of 2000 and started on 2001 but then a few months ago I got distracted on all of the Linkinpedia stuff. So I edited like, thousands of wiki pages for a long time. I need to get back with it.

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Actually it was a Czech site, not russian.

 

I downloaded lots of divx and mp3 stuff from there and still have them burned on my old DVDs.

How slow interned I had back then and it tooks days to download bigger stuff. Also it was easily disconnected during download, so I had to use Flashget download manager.

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On 8/20/2020 at 1:29 AM, hahninator said:

However, we do have an LPLive project in the works, maybe with the same name, maybe different, to host all of the shows on a server. Audio first, then video. I actually finished all of 2000 and started on 2001 but then a few months ago I got distracted on all of the Linkinpedia stuff. So I edited like, thousands of wiki pages for a long time. I need to get back with it.

Oh wow! I actually thought about this a couple days ago. How cool would it be to have all the HT era shows, especially with HT20 on the horizon. Looking forward to it :)

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Hey guys! Linkin-Inside was my site, I was 14 when I started it in 2004. I managed to get tons of material from traders and other fansites and I used my fathers work server for hosting. He worked at a porn magazine publishing company as a programmer at the time, that's why some people were being redirected to porn sites when there was a 404 error:) Anyways, thanks to that the space was almost unlimited so I could upload everything to one place (unlike other fansites). I loved watching every new show back to back and implementing them into the website - back then it was just simple HTML. Fun fact, I didn't have internet connection at home for a significant amount of time the site was running, so I updated all of the code offline and then I would give my father flashdrives or even CDs with instructions for where to copy it:) As this was before YouTube, I was getting thousands of unique visits form all around the world each day. As the site was getting bigger, I started working with a Russian trader named Alex (he sometimes went by Alex-X). It's kinda funny because one of my biggest inspirations design-wise was linkin-park.ru. Alex was acquiring new content and later he started uploading it to the site himself. He later took over the site and administered it for some time before we decided to put her to rest.. That was in 2007, I had a lot going on at school, I got a gf and my puberty was fully blooming. However, LP (obviously) remained my favourite band and I was watching them grow musically as I did too. I became a producer, DJ, rapper and a radio host, but I still consider myself a hardcore LP fan. That shit is for life I guess. I'm really happy you brought this up and it makes me proud to see that someone still remembers Linkin-Inside in such a good way! If you have any further questions about the site and anything connected to it please don't hesitate to ask!

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4 hours ago, Rusty said:

Hey guys! Linkin-Inside was my site, I was 14 when I started it in 2004. I managed to get tons of material from traders and other fansites and I used my fathers work server for hosting. He worked at a porn magazine publishing company as a programmer at the time, that's why some people were being redirected to porn sites when there was a 404 error:) Anyways, thanks to that the space was almost unlimited so I could upload everything to one place (unlike other fansites). I loved watching every new show back to back and implementing them into the website - back then it was just simple HTML. Fun fact, I didn't have internet connection at home for a significant amount of time the site was running, so I updated all of the code offline and then I would give my father flashdrives or even CDs with instructions for where to copy it:) As this was before YouTube, I was getting thousands of unique visits form all around the world each day. As the site was getting bigger, I started working with a Russian trader named Alex (he sometimes went by Alex-X). It's kinda funny because one of my biggest inspirations design-wise was linkin-park.ru. Alex was acquiring new content and later he started uploading it to the site himself. He later took over the site and administered it for some time before we decided to put her to rest.. That was in 2007, I had a lot going on at school, I got a gf and my puberty was fully blooming. However, LP (obviously) remained my favourite band and I was watching them grow musically as I did too. I became a producer, DJ, rapper and a radio host, but I still consider myself a hardcore LP fan. That shit is for life I guess. I'm really happy you brought this up and it makes me proud to see that someone still remembers Linkin-Inside in such a good way! If you have any further questions about the site and anything connected to it please don't hesitate to ask!

 

Very interesting story dude!

im glad to finally have some word from you

 

thanks for all the memories

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On 7/2/2021 at 8:58 PM, Rusty said:

Hey guys! Linkin-Inside was my site, I was 14 when I started it in 2004. I managed to get tons of material from traders and other fansites and I used my fathers work server for hosting. He worked at a porn magazine publishing company as a programmer at the time, that's why some people were being redirected to porn sites when there was a 404 error:) Anyways, thanks to that the space was almost unlimited so I could upload everything to one place (unlike other fansites). I loved watching every new show back to back and implementing them into the website - back then it was just simple HTML. Fun fact, I didn't have internet connection at home for a significant amount of time the site was running, so I updated all of the code offline and then I would give my father flashdrives or even CDs with instructions for where to copy it:) As this was before YouTube, I was getting thousands of unique visits form all around the world each day. As the site was getting bigger, I started working with a Russian trader named Alex (he sometimes went by Alex-X). It's kinda funny because one of my biggest inspirations design-wise was linkin-park.ru. Alex was acquiring new content and later he started uploading it to the site himself. He later took over the site and administered it for some time before we decided to put her to rest.. That was in 2007, I had a lot going on at school, I got a gf and my puberty was fully blooming. However, LP (obviously) remained my favourite band and I was watching them grow musically as I did too. I became a producer, DJ, rapper and a radio host, but I still consider myself a hardcore LP fan. That shit is for life I guess. I'm really happy you brought this up and it makes me proud to see that someone still remembers Linkin-Inside in such a good way! If you have any further questions about the site and anything connected to it please don't hesitate to ask!

Thank you for the memories indeed!

 

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On 8/19/2020 at 5:05 PM, JZ-GreyDazeWorshipper said:

It was a Russian site 

They posted official vob files great quality stuff 

 

I loved the way they organized the site

You can download live shows from lptracker 

 

I don't really care anymore about having tons of media in my computer LPLive channel on YouTube fills my needs. 

Always nice to have some sort of media on your computer instead of youtubeing. get you a big hard drive.

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