MAP YOUR CONVERSATIONS

HELP BUILD THE MAP AND TRACK CONVERSATIONS.

The idea is to see how wide spread friendliness and conversations can be

Things to map:

1) CONVERSATION
Map a funny or interesting conversations you had on public transport with a stranger.
Include a story description of the conversation (who, when). It does not matter what the topic is.  The point is just having the conversation.

2) SIGNAGE

Map where you used the downloadable template and left a “priority seating” sign.  If you are also starting conversations from this location, note the times and description of self so people can find you.

HOW TO ADD TO THE MAP

Do It Yourself Map
First click “view larger map” just below the above map.
For accuracy, and politeness – please do not edit other people’s place markers, or text.
To help keep it easy for others to use  – please use title categories – “conversation”, “signage” or “conversation starter”

For STEP 5  – Optional Icon links:
Use the following URLs to customize the icon-
Conversation – https://priorityseat.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/convo.png
Signage – https://priorityseat.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/sign.png

Conversations at Williamsburg ‘Priority Seating’

seating for Williamsburg Walks

3 responses

27 02 2011
Priority Seating For Those Who Want Conversation | trends trendory trend

[…] to download, print off and post, to make your own commute more friendly and interactive. As well, a Google map page has been created so that people can track where signs have been posted. Participants are also […]

28 02 2011
PSFK » Priority Seating For Those Who Want Conversation

[…] to download, print off and post, to make your own commute more friendly and interactive. As well, a Google map page has been created so that people can track where signs have been posted. Participants are also […]

5 10 2012
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[…] and information available for people to download, print, and post in public. at the same time, a ‘priority seating’ google map page serves as an updatable hub and living archive of the project: in addition to marking where […]

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