A wry take on the current viewing experience of the web, and how broken it is, made by Guangyi Li. Found it a while ago, but it recently resurfaced as a link on Kottke, and I realized I don’t think I’d actually linked it on here. It doesn’t take long to make its point, so go take a look.
In the vein of technological art, Andrew Campana built something that generates poetry based on the automated subway announcements of the Japanese train system. Some of the combinations can end up really interesting:
The ceiling is passing through on Platform 26. Please contact us.
The local train is moving on Platform 23. Please take care of yourself.
The express train is listening on Platform 1. Please give it back.