Welcome to the third series of the Jear-Bear letters. For the new readers, this is my weekly newsletter. We’re back with a new series called “Seven Degrees of Strangers”.
The title is a play on “Seven Degrees of Separation” where you are at most seven links away from knowing any random stranger on Earth. So if I met a stranger on the street, I could trace them to at most seven degrees of separation until I found a connection.
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The project is a mix of two projects. The first is Megan Gilbert’s blog, “52 Cups of Tea”. In that blog, she interviews a person a week over tea or coffee in preparation for getting prepared for finding a job in the real world outside of college.
The second is Kio Stark’s newsletter and book talking to strangers. In the series, Kio recounts stories she has with starngers in NYC. She keeps reminding me I want to talk with random people and share worldviews.
For the old readers, thanks for your patience. I know it’s months between the last newsletter, and I’m really happy to share the next few weeks with you. And to the new readers, I hope you’ll love what you’re about to read.
- Seven Degrees of Strangers: First Separation
- Seven Degrees of Strangers: Second Separation
- Seven Degrees of Strangers: Third Separation
- Seven Degrees of Strangers: Fourth Separation
- Seven Degrees of Strangers: Fifth Separation
- Seven Degrees of Strangers: Sixth Separation
- Seven Degrees of Strangers: Seventh Separation