Spotted in October 2022, in a restaurant that was done up to be "rustic" but not very well. TV log fires are... something, but this
A selfie booth in JFK Airport, promoting an opportunity to win tickets to a Broadway show. Just as well that it wasn't working – people who
Spotted December 15th, New York City, East Village. A follow-up to the glitch aesthetic spotted in Colorado, under "Old Televisions".
Spotted in New York City, December 14th. Lower East Side. It reminds me of a quote by William Gibson: "the street finds its own uses
This isn’t an error state per se. But, it does highlight a form of extremely poor design that might as well be an error.
You drive down your local highway. Strip malls are to your left and right. You stop at a red light. To your left is a
My wife and I debated for some time as to whether this qualified as an error state. “But it’s not entirely broken!” she argued.
My last year in high school and a few years through college, I worked at Starbucks. It was a pretty great job as far as
There’s a lot of reasons why a business might put up a screen (or a TV that mirrors a computer). It is eye catching!
Judging by the buttons, it looks like it is running a flavor of Android. I can’t blame Les Mills. Cardio is hard. I’ve
Every so often, I come across an old pay phone. They’re usually as raggedy as an old alley cat, broken, and left in the
Spotted at an Ikea in Denver, Colorado. Coincidentally, there seems to be only one IKEA in Colorado. Whenever a number of different screens come together,