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Saturday, October 5, 2019

Feeling Lonely? Perhaps You’d Like to Talk to Some Strangers

A few months back I attended a Tea With Strangers in my research for the Talk To Me project and empathy machine that runs on old advertising infrastructure. I am interested in the connections and community that is built when two people that do not know each other come into contact, if only briefly, and how that alters the way we live in the world. Tea With Strangers is 3 hours and I couldn't recommend it more. As John Cage once said, "To make the world a better place, spend time with people you haven't met" Amen.

VIA: The New York Times
When Ankit Shah graduated from college and moved to the Bay Area in 2013, he didn’t know a single person there. Hungry for connections, he asked his Facebook friends to ask their Bay Area-based friends if they’d like to have tea with him, a stranger. More [Here]

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