Life Advice from Machinesby Toby Manhire
The eerie wisdom of the user manual.
Called Life Advice from Machines, it extracts lines from user manuals, and places them on abstract images, in the style of the sort of thing you might attach earnestly to the kitchen wall.
They’re being added daily, so it’s well worth returning to, but here are a handful of the best so far:
And, most intoxicating and truthful of all:
A decade on from the revolution of 2007, the pace and rate of change are exceeding our capacity to adapt to new technologies.Read more
Animals kept in close proximity, like battery chickens, are at risk of infectious disease outbreaks that require antibiotic use.Read more
Famous for his work splitting the atom, Ernest Rutherford also distinguished himself in secret anti-submarine research that helped the Allies win WWI.Read more
Why firefighters get the girl more often than the average bloke does.Read more