Access All Areas: A User's Guide to the Art of Urban by Ninjalicious PDF

By Ninjalicious

A accomplished guidebook to city exploration, an exciting, mind-expanding pastime that encourages our natural tendencies to discover and play in our personal setting. contains every thing you want to commence exploring little-known city areas like deserted constructions, rooftops, development websites, drains, transit and application tunnels and extra. positive aspects chapters on

* training
* recruiting
* preparation
* equipping
* social engineering

and different topics vital to the winning city explorer.

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Similarly, two contractors walking around a construction site shouldn't be lurking quietly and giving each other subtle hand signals - they should be making notes, talking to each other loudly and confidently and pointing things out to each other. A little acting goes a long way. Explorers get a lot of mileage out of the same handful of vague, tried-and-true excuses: trying to find the keys you dropped down this hole, looking for a washroom, here for the conference, looking for a payphone, looking for the exit, getting a little exercise, looking for the parking garage, waiting for a friend, on the way out, looking for Dr.

You're thinking: "Smiling? Smiling gets its own section? I know about smiling! I don't need to learn about smiling! This is an outrage! I want a section about [insert thing you want a section about here], not some section about smiling! " While I certainly respect your concerns, and I do admit that this point about smiling is quite straightforward, it is so crucial to your success as an explorer that it really does merit its own section, if only to stress the point. Smiling is the human equivalent of tail wagging: it tells all those mean dogs you'll encounter out there not only that you're friendly and pleasant, but also that you're calm and confident about your right to be somewhere.

Or write down a fake name and room number on a piece of paper and carry that around until you stumble upon an actual company directory, and then trade up to a real name and room number. If you see a listing of daily events in a hotel, feel free to pick one that sounds fun; write down its name, location and time in your date book; and then refer to that entry as you ask a nearby hotel employee to show you how to get there. If you think it's necessary, arrive with fake business cards - either ones you've made for yourself, or just fun ones you've found in your travels.

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