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Quake-ish & Editing: Architecture, Lonely Places, Urban Exploration:
Quake 3 World Trackmania:
Level Editing and Modeling Forum
Q3Map2 Shader Manual
Cranky Steve's Haunted Whorehouse
TMX2 (Trackmania 2 Exchange) Online Games:
TMX (Trackmania Exchange)
Trackmania Nations Free Install
Click Drag Type
Abandonalia Art and Photography:
Chernobyl Pictures - Elena
GAG - Grubenarchaologische Gesellschaft
Gunkanjima - The Battle Ship Island
Journey To The Center Of The Earth
Marchand & Meffre
Most Dangerous Roads
Neverends - Urban Exploration
Opacity - Urban Ruins
Sleepy City - Urban Photography
UK Urban Exploration Forums
Urban Exploration Resource
Zahkunst - Industrial Archaeology
Yann Arthus-Bertrand General Cool Stuff: Dark Roasted Blend
H. R. Giger
National Geographic International Photograpy Contest
Music and Ambiance:
Jethro Tull Radio
Jeff Black Radio
My Pandora Stations:
Back Country Funk
A tasty mix of country, rock, and blues, combined
with home-cooking and moonshine, lazy days
at the old fishin' hole, and nights in smoky bars
listening to fiddle music and electric guitar.
A station for anyone who's from the backwoods,
or occasionally wishes they were...
Wide Wide Awake
This station is all about music that's contains
serious energy. I'm not talking heavy metal
energy--that's different--but energy that comes
from speed and uncomplicated intensity and driving
force. Seeds include Green Day, Live, Blink 182,
and The Ataris.
This is music to listen to when you procrastinated
for way too long and you have three hours of work
to get done in an hour. Have some caffiene while
you're at it.
This station is mostly very mellow music;
lots of slow, relaxed vocals and songs that
are emotional and from the heart without
being angsty whinefests. Seeds include Shawn
Mullins, Michelle Branch, Stephen Ashbrooke,
and Sarah McLachlan.
This is music to listen to while watching
the snow drift down outside your window, and
drinking a warm mug of hot chocolate, and
thinking about that guys and girls you knew
in high school, and how cool it is that your
life is as fun now as it was then.
Feel Good Rock
This station started with a base of mostly older
(70s-80s) rock that's not very hard or very metal.
Seeds included The Eagles, Journey, and Tom Petty.
I am open to adding newer artists to this station,
and have done so, so long as the music has that
same sort of feel-good vibe to it.
This is music to listen to while watching a sunset
and drinking a cold beer, or driving a vintage
convertable down a lonely desert road and enjoying
the warm breeze on your skin.