The most interesting content, is that which we probably can't safely post in the open.
An underground section of the site, where we'd be able to post in true anonymity, would unlock many doors; giving way to extremely useful content.
A while ago, I had a flash drive totally dedicated to anonymous browsing. I wasn't entirely sure whether it worked effectively, but I'm sure if we plugged our minds together, we could have a dedicated guide to keeping anonymous, and could use that to stay safe when posting fringe content.
Tor would be the ideal place to host such a site imo, as it provides better performance than other competitors such as Freenet. Additionally, word of a Totse on the Tor network would definitely attract some of the Tor browsers who linger on the network; some of whom are probably interesting people with thigns to contribute.
Furthermore, Totse's presence on Tor would mean the network as a whole could benefit in performance and effectiveness as more people are providing their connections.
Anybody here knowledgable about web anonymity, or the Tor network in particular? I personally think we could put together an interesting project which could add another dimension to the site here.
Due to Tor's slow speed, it would also give us an excuse to revive the ole Web 1.0 days and keep things as minimal as possible. Maybe even resurrect the old black and blue Totse layout and be a flagship website for the entire Tor network?