Welcome to Fukung.net

Fukung.net provides a variety of services for users looking to do image and video file sharing. Originally founded as an image sharing website for memes and similar comics, Fukung.net has grown into a site serving millions of visitors in more than 20 countries. When signing up for Fukung.net, users are given FTP credentials and a private, dedicated IP to log into. After logging in, each user has a dedicated space on the server where he or she is able to upload media.

Fukung.net, the second version of an old site, is happy to be back and providing our image and video uploading services. In the old version, before the relaunch, all files were pooled onto a shared server. Now users have the ability to connect their own servers to Fukung.net and white label the service. Unlike most freemium model file hosting services, Fukung.net is completely free and open source on both GitLab and GitHub.

Getting to spend a day in bed is nice every now and then. No work, no responsibility, just sleeping, watching movies, and having your meals brought to you. But after my car accident back in 2011, I was bedridden for months, and even today I’m still not fully recovered. I can tell you from firsthand experience that staying in bed all day, every day, isn’t nearly as fun as it sounds.

To put it bluntly, I became depressed. Not being able to move for so long had sapped me of my energy, motivation, and my ability to stay focused. Instead, all I wanted to do was sleep, and so for months, that’s all I did. There were things I wanted to do and ways I could still be productive, but I just bring couldn’t myself to do them. I was in a rut.

Starting Modafinil

Finally, with the help and support of my family, I did something about this daytime fatigue. I knew that I didn’t want to take antidepressants or something potentially addictive, so I skipped the doctor and began doing my own research online. Pretty quickly, I came across Modafinil. Originally intended as a treatment for narcolepsy, people were raving about its ability to lift their mood and increase their productivity. Curious, I ordered a month’s supply of Modalert from Afinil.

When I took Modafinil for the first time, I was nervous. Even though the research I had done said the drug was safe, and there was very little risk of addiction if I took it as directed, I was worried that I was putting all my hopes in something that wouldn’t work. Luckily, I was proven wrong. After taking Modafinil consistently for a week (100mg once a day), I began to notice a remarkable difference.

First, I felt more alert than I had since the accident. For the first time in over a year, I made it through an entire day without feeling the need to nap. That alone was remarkable, but it did more than that. For the first time in who knows how long, I felt genuinely happy. My bed transformed from a place of confinement and misery into a productive workspace. All I needed was my laptop and a notebook, and I could spend the entire day working on what I was most passionate about without feeling tired or burned out.

My Current Thoughts

As of today, I’ve been taking Modafinil for nearly two years, and I can’t imagine where I’d be without it. I have hardly experienced any side effects while taking Modafinil. Taking it with a cup of coffee in the morning made me feel a bit jittery and more anxious than usual, but that problem went away as soon as I stopped combining the pill with caffeine.

Of course, I can’t guarantee that Modafinil will do the same for you or anyone else. That’s something only your doctor can tell you. I can only share my own journey and the way that it has changed my life for the better. I hope that as more research is done, Modafinil use can become more widespread and improve the lives of others in the same way that it has improved mine.

As you may have noticed, Fukung.net came back live after a few years of downtime, and the services have been slowly regaining the user base we had when we had to shut off services abruptly during a tough phase in the founder of Fukung.net’s, myself, life. This story is not known to most individuals, but now that we have some of the veteran members of our community back, I thought it proper to make it clear that the disappearance of the site and, subsequently, the community built on it, was a forced choice and not one I made willingly.

Back in February fo 2011, I was in a car accident. I was paralyzed from torso down, and as a result, I was left paying medical bills that, quite frankly, I wasn’t ready to pay. It was a huge blow to my personal bank account, and I had to take out loans to continue payments for rehabilitation that insurance “covered”, only having me pay a few thousand a month copay for something I needed to function on a day to day basis (for those of you who are unaware, that was sarcasm; insurance provided the illusion of security for years but when the time came, they left me on my own).

By the time I was partially rehabilitated, enough to use my limbs with the aid of my wife, I was left with bills that would take more than 8 years to pay off if I used all proceeds from my then job to pay for the bills and none for my family, utilities, rent, or anything else. This forced me, for the well being of my family, to file for bankruptcy. It wasn’t an easy decision, but it had to be done, and I’m glad I did it.

Now that I’m back on my feet, both figuratively and literally, and I have settled in and managed to restructure my finances, I thought it proper to bring back a passion of mine so that I didn’t spend all day sleeping (hey, spending all day in bed on your laptop working on something you’re passionate about is much better than just sleeping all day). I have still not made a full recovery, because for those wondering how long bankruptcy stays on your credit report, it isn’t just a day or two. Borrowing has been difficult, but the site has always been a passion of mine, and the upkeep is less than a cup of coffee a day. The community here brings me happiness that I cannot put a price on, so I thought it proper to share my story. The book isn’t over yet, but here’s a sneak peek for the veterans out there.

Until next time.