It was a simple enough thing: I wrote a program that generated some random phrases and then stuck those phrases to pieces of wood I found at 'random' locations. I photographed each one and put them up on IPFS here, along with some notes:
I started out a bit like the TRIANGULATION project I did last year (which is now entering a new phase - more on that soon-ish), from walking in places I didn't know and / or ones I did, while looking at them from new angles. Yeovil always reveals itself to me in surprising ways.
Hope there's something there that you can enjoy or take away from this.
((It's hosted on IPFS - ie not on the Internet y'all know and love, but through a decentralised peer-to-peer swarm, so if any of the pages or pictures load slowly, either try again or come back later (the number of nodes in the DAGswarm at any time may make a difference - and I suspect that the number of people that look at a hashed address may also make a difference, ie the more that use it, the more it'll speed up. I dunno, but suspect that'll be the case. Installing IPFS on your machine and running the IPFS Daemon will DEFINITELY get you there in double-quick time! IPFS is my off-internet dump of choice at the moment - I'll be using it (and similar emergent tech / strategies) more as time goes along rather than trusting to service-providers *shakesfistattheheavens*))