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Network Security and IP Addresses

Posted by on March 18, 2019 at 1:31 pm

Network security ensures the protection of information and data shared across the network. By knowing the DNS name of an IP address we can determine which device is attempting to access it, and for network traffic this reduces the attack surface for malicious and potentially criminal attackers. Naming conflicts. Besides protecting IP addresses, DNS resolution […]

Which SEO strategy is the right one for me?

Posted by on April 5, 2018 at 3:01 pm
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It is important to know which strategies you should be utilizing in your SEO campaign. A good place to start is by taking a quick look at your existing website and identifying areas where your existing strategies may not be as effective as they could be, we suggest getting in contact with a SEO company […]

Different types of loans

Posted by on April 6, 2017 at 9:25 pm

There are different interests in the different options of loans. While I believe that is always the right choice for consumers, the interest rate you get is determined by how many other people are willing to lend to you. The more people who are willing to lend to you, the lower the interest rate you […]

Is this website abandoned?

Posted by on September 15, 2016 at 12:41 pm
Abandoned Hospital

It’s been at least two years since the last post. What’s going on? Is this website abandoned? Can it be urbexed too? Well… yes and no. I’ve had to take time to focus on other things in life more important than documenting abandoned buildings. Make no mistake though that I still love the danger of […]

Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company

Posted by on September 6, 2013 at 12:06 pm

Photo (source): Postcard of the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company as it appeared circa 1908. With the colloquial Brew City nickname and a baseball team called the Brewers, Milwaukee is synonymous with beer. Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company was once the largest in the United States and its slogan boasted that it was “the beer that made […]

Bush Stadium

Posted by on February 11, 2013 at 6:45 pm

Photo (source): A postcard of the stadium in its prime. Photo (source): Bush Stadium after years of decay. Social conditions in early 1900’s America saw a massive shift in the way the working class lived. Electricity, automobiles, health and safety laws, worker’s rights legislation, improved public education, and government funded infrastructure afforded the working class […]

Stonewall Jackson School

Posted by on September 13, 2012 at 7:25 pm

Photo: Cannon Memorial Hall is one of many individual structures that make up the school. On the fringes where rural meets urban outside of Concord, NC is a stone arched bridge that hangs over one of the roads. Ivy has all but covered the exterior of this bridge, but the rusting words “Stonewall Jackson School”¬†are […]

On the Horizon for American Urbex

Posted by on July 1, 2012 at 10:41 am

The American Urbex Podcast will take a brief hiatus during the month of July. Don’t worry, it’ll be back come August. There are three legitimate reasons why this break is necessary. 1. Marriage You may not know my significant other, but they are perhaps American Urbex’s most ardent supporter. We’re getting married this week. 2. […]

From the Flickr Group

Posted by on January 19, 2012 at 12:43 am
Light Up the Darkness

Do you have photos taken in the United States of urbex locations? Share them in the American Urbex Flickr Group. Light Up the Darkness by Nate Ortiz – Simple in its composure for what I assume was a “right-place at the right-time” moment. Blast Furnace by Filth City – A massive blast furnace in Pennsylvania […]

American Urbex: Southern Slide

Posted by on January 6, 2012 at 3:41 pm

American Urbex is getting back into the saddle and heading south. Thanks to the support of American Urbex contributors this site has been able to document wonderful urbex locations with rich histories. With the help of IndieGoGo, American Urbex was able raise enough to fund trips during the past two summers. The first took us […]