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Re: <nettime> Con/FRONT! radio-active ideology junk
brian carroll on Wed, 14 Jun 2000 17:52:20 +0200 (CEST)


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Re: <nettime> Con/FRONT! radio-active ideology junk



 here are a few links for those with an interest in the archaeology
 of the near present/recent past.... bc

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GLOSSARY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL TERMS: an introduction to archaeological words
by Southern Methodist University.

http://www.smu.edu/~anthrop/glossary.html

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> CATACOMBS OF PARIS: an exploration by The Jack.

http://myweb.worldnet.net/~thejack/kta/kta.html

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> ROMA SOTTERRANEA- SUBTERRANEAN ROME: a spelunking exploration of
>underground Rome.

http://www.underome.com/index2.html

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> THE FABULOUS RUINS OF DETROIT: industrial archaeology by Lowell Forest
>Boileau.

http://www.bhere.com/ruins/home.htm

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ROADSIDE ART ONLINE: Ruins, Vistas, Junk, Environments, Signs.

http://www.interestingideas.com/roadside/artruin.htm

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>ROADSIDE ART ONLINE: Roadside Connections to industrial archaeology
>resources via hyperlinks.

http://www.interestingideas.com/roadside/artlink.htm

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SOCIETY FOR COMMERCIAL ARCHEOLOGY: Devoted to Roadside Architecture.

http://www.sca-roadside.org/

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LOST AMERICA PHOTOGRAPHY: photographs by Troy Paiva of industrial ruins at
night.

http://www.designshed.com/lost.html

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THE PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY OF PHILLIP BUEHLER: photographs of modern ruins,
street fossils, & cityscapes.

http://www.ted.com/buehler/

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WHY ARE WE FASCINATED WITH "MODERN RUINS?: a collection of quotes excerpted
from books regarding modern ruins.

http://www.inch.com/~buehler/quotes.html

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> FAVORITE PLACES OF PHIL BUEHLER: extensive set of hyperlinks to more
>modern ruins.

http://www.inch.com/~buehler/links.html

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> WORLD'S LARGEST ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS: For fans of highway art and
>roadside architecture, a collection of more than 200 roadside attractions
>which have been proclaimed the "world's largest."

http://www.InfoMagic.COM/~martince/

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> MINNESOTA'S ROADSIDE ARCHITECTURE: Minnesota's Larger Than Life and Other
>Strange Wonders by the Minnesota Historical Society.

http://www.mnhs.org/places/other/roadside/

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MINNESOTA MUSEUM OF THE MISSISSIPPI AND OTHER NATURAL WONDERS: collections
spotlight unusual natural and manmade phenomena.

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delphi/8338/

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> INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY PHOTOGRAPHS BY JEF POSKANZER: "I like finding
>stuff from the start of the automobile age that has already started to
>decay. In addition to the photos below, I have a whole page just on the
>Bevatron."

http://www.acme.com/jef/photos/archaeology.html

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