The name Agora Road is a way to pay tribute to Ross Ulbricht A.K.A The Dread Pirate Roberts, Ross Ulbricht, creator and owner of the Silk Road website. He only wanted a free market society, free of government influence but he was arrested for nonviolent offenses and he is going to spend the rest of his young life in prison. This story saddens me that’s why I hope to keep some of his creation alive. Which is the Logo that I use. Both Vaporwave and Ross have been created from the internet and both have died by the internet. They are both the same and should be remembered.
What is Agora Road’s Macintosh Cafe?
It is a Virtual Cafe where music lovers can enjoy and discuss everything and anything to vaporwave! It includes Vaporwave sub-genres as-well Future Funk, Eccojams, Mallsoft, lo-fi, phunderphonics, Seapunk, Synthwave, and many others!. We are a community of vaporwave artists and well as fans. This Forum was created because the vaporwave community is too small and scattered all around the internet and we all need to stick together. The Macintosh Cafe is the perfect Virtual Cafe for all Vaporwave enthusiasts can call home.
The Link http://www.agoraroad.com/macforum/index.php
This website also pays Tribute Ross Ulbricht A.K.A The Dread Pirate Roberts,
A great man who defy the authoritative government. He was a libertarian who ran the notorious dark web site Silk Road. It was the worlds largest darkweb website and it was a great big FUCK YOU to the rampant war on drugs. He is a hero in my eyes but atlas, Ross Ulbricht got caught. He only wanted a Free Market society, free of government influence but the FBI got him. He is going to spend the rest of his young life in prison. This story saddens me that’s why I hope to live up to him by exposing the deepweb and find these taboo files and bring them to light. There are many websites dedicated to building cakes or flash photography. I wanted a site telling the story of the taboo nature of humanity, a true free marketplace of IDEAS. Consider making a donation at the Free Ross Fund here