SheClicks.com! A woman’s way to work the web.
Really nice site, nice look and the content is relevant, not a ton of spam leaping out at you. No spam actually. Lots of site reviews.
One thing- the link to the message boards is coming up 404. To me that is a concern. The site may be abandoned and left to twist in the wind till time expires on the domain. Possibly it’s just a broken link they need to fix. But, I could not find a date on the site to see how fresh the content is.
I hope it’s still ongoing. It is a great site.
National Vacant Properties Campaign
The National Vacant Properties Campaign is seeking to make vacant properties reclamation a national priority. To achieve this, we are focusing on four goals:
BUILD A NATIONAL NETWORK TO SUPPORT A NATIONAL MOVEMENT
We plan to cultivate leaders and develop a national network of experts, practitioners and consultants with extensive experience and interest in reclamation efforts. We will recruit a diverse array of leaders, from environmental advocates to real estate professionals.
GIVE COMMUNITIES THE TOOLS THEY NEED
Practitioners are searching for new strategies, policies, and tools that can help them prevent, manage, and rehabilitate vacant properties. The Campaign will focus on disseminating cutting-edge research, identifying and analyzing policy innovations and best practices, presenting model legislation, and informing people about the latest policy developments in the field.
MAKE THE CASE FOR RECLAMATION EFFORTS
Effective communications are essential for transforming ideas into action. We will collect compelling evidence, develop persuasive messages for our spokespeople, determine the best ways to influence top decision makers, and elevate the visibility of the issue for the general public.
PROVIDE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND TRAINING
Many communities lack the capacity or expertise to deal with their vacant properties by themselves. The Campaign will provide several forms of expert assistance to help a wide range of communities jump start their vacant property efforts.
Does this mean they would sponsor someone to fix up an abandoned house? I wonder if you could buy an abandoned home through them, fix it up with training on how to do so (from them) and then have a new home for yourself? This could be a cheap way of getting your own home.
Accounts of a Church Photographer
The pictures are great. It’s along the lines of urban exploration but I don’t think there is any focus on abandoned buidlings. Exceptional blog!
From the page: “Membership of the Hakluyt Society is strongly recommended to everyone interested in the history of exploration and travel, exploratory voyages, geographical discovery and world wide cultural encounter.” The Hakluyt Society publishes historical accounts of travel and explorations, and voyages of discovery.
Urban exploration from Missouri.
75 mg: art from the asylums
Paintings of old, abandoned buildings. I really like these. Captures some of the feelings I get when I see and sometimes explore an old place.
Urban exploration in Australia.
Combination of urban exploration and paranormal investigation.