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December 16, 2006

Warning signs from the future

active nanodevices warning

I'm a long time fan of the art of warning signs(*), so was delighted to discover this series of warning signs from the future. They've got you covered for just about any eventuality... self-evolving system proximity, cognitive hazards, slippery synthetic diamond surface ahead... you name it. You can see the full set on Flickr.

Thanks to the Fallon planning blog for the pointer.

(*)I have an article in the Boston Globe this Sunday on how having too many traffic warning signs can actually make highways more dangerous.

Posted by Chris Spurgeon at December 16, 2006 08:26 AM