Talk Urbex – Urban Exploration Forum?

Author sophos9 - Last updated: 20.07.2009

There are two paths this site can go, one is to write articles. tips, techniques etc for urban exploration via the more traditional blog type method and rely on comments for feedback or we could consider a forum for the site, a forum where we can share stuff interactively rather than a comments

I’m open minded about it, firstly, we need the volume to make the proposition viable – and empty forum is not a good forum

:)

So I guess I’m really asking for a favour – can you let me know what your preference is please? I’ll drop a new poll up and also if you could leave a comment, that would be cool too

:)

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