think before you tag

think before your tag First comment, it can be understood as "tag" in the graffiti sense but also in the geotag meaning (i.e. linking content such as text/music/pictures to geographical data). Although it's not a common practice in cities, it's intriguing to see such warning from a possible near future. I'm not sure geotagging will spread but I find pertinent to see how creating such warning include that technology-mediated practice in a sort of "design fiction" narrative: it actually reveals the possibilities and let people (who understands it), wonder about what can be the proper usage.

Second comment, as Timo would say: "it's also serif font on a black background".