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He looked up from his phone, said, ‘Yes’, and looked back down again. It was a total failure in that it ended up with no numbers exchanged, no invitation for a drink or dinner.
The point was to encourage commuters to talk to each other—those open to a chat could signal it by wearing a badge.
Dunne, who works for the National Health Service (NHS), said he was trying to “break down the barriers.” He was inspired to start the project after trying—and failing—to set up a staff Olympics with his co-workers.
“People don’t like to speak on the Tube, and they don’t like to talk to people on the street,” he said.
“Sitting there making eye contact and trying to hand badges to people was difficult…
That struck Jonathan Dunne, an American who lives in the city, as strange. “You’d see your colleagues on public transport and you sort of ignore each other.