Getting friendly (via GOOD).

March 1, 2011 at 10:22 pm Leave a comment

Two recent articles in GOOD offer up ideas for getting friendly with strangers. In the first, Allison Arieff asks if the NYC subways are ready for Conversation Cars, while the second, “How To: Picnic with Strangers,” features the mostly Melbourne-based site Eat With Me.

While not as randomized as, say, Chat Roulette, opening up these kinds of avenues for interaction with strangers is definitely a bit beyond your everyday control freak. That said, they also provide an excellent opportunity for some intellectual stimulation, some advice, or just a good laugh.

March 1’s daily design idea is how (un)controlled do you like your interactions to be?

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