2018-06-07 (Th) HackadaySummary

Social Engineering by Railways
I read a neat article about some of the subtle cues and devices used in railway stations to help people get where they're going and maintain order. Most of them were too practical to be considered hack except one which placed blue lights to help calm suicidal people. The lights were highly effective for how simple they were and that warranted the whole article. Commentors largely focused on the railways in their own countries so I'm glad it was published when that area of the world could appreciate it because trains in the US aren't as common.

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