International- London Oyster cards become INTERACTIVE for Valentine’s Day with love poem to Bob Crow and TfL thanks to app start-up Blippar | Mail Online

Posted: February 14, 2014 in Uncategorized

2/14/14

Ah, the Oyster card. That most beloved access-all-areas key to the Transport for London network, which last week proved irksomely impotent in light of the tube strikes carried out by Bob Crow and his transport workers union.

A repeat performance of city-crippling industrial action was threatened again this week, until, at the eleventh hour, it was called off.

Londoners rejoiced. Meetings took place, plans were carried out, nobody had to sleep on the office sofa, and today, on Valentine’s Day, a Holborn-based start-up has said thank-you to Bob Crow and his crew for cancelling the second set of strikes… by putting a cheeky, interactive love poem on every Oyster card in the city.

via London Oyster cards become INTERACTIVE for Valentine’s Day with love poem to Bob Crow and TfL thanks to app start-up Blippar | Mail Online.

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