"Daily Hello", ou "bonjour quotidien". C'est ainsi que Steinar Skipsnes\u00a0a nomm\u00e9 son projet.\u00a0Cet\u00a0Am\u00e9ricain a r\u00e9ussi\u00a0le d\u00e9fi fou de rencontrer une nouvelle personne chaque jour, et ce pendant toute une ann\u00e9e. "J'ai commenc\u00e9 le 1er janvier 2016 et j'ai tenu le rythme jusqu'au 31 d\u00e9cembre", explique-t-il \u00e0 franceinfo. Il a ainsi rencontr\u00e9 366 personnes et publi\u00e9 366 photos de ces entrevues\u00a0sur le r\u00e9seau social Instagram.Interesting one today. Met Mary as I walked to my car after picking up some groceries. She came up to me and, in short, asked if I could help her. I had $5 on me and decided to give it to her. She was very appreciative and asked if she could give me a hug. I said ok... expecting a quick hug, it was anything but. She bear hugged me and held on as tight as anyone could. I thought, ok this is interesting, she's really holding on tight. A normal hug time passes, I let go, but she doesn't let go. So I think, ok I guess this is going to go a little longer. I rest my arms on her again, then let go after another moment, but she doesn't. She's still holding on just as tight. I'm so surprised by the situation, I'm not sure what to do. I'm standing in the middle of a grocery store parking lot. People are walking by to their cars and this lady is holding onto me like her life depended on it. Time continues to go by and I start thinking, how am I going to get this lady to stop hugging me. I didn't think to say something like "ok that's good". So finally she lets go after probably 10-15 seconds, which is years in hug time. So after all that, I think, I still need to meet someone today. I ask her her name and if I could take a pic. I hold out my phone to take a selfie and awkwardness comes back in full force as she rests her head on me for the photo. Another day. Another Daily Hello. #thatwasawkward #longesthug #dailyhelloUne photo publi\u00e9e par Daily Hello (@dailyhello) le 7 Oct. 2016 \u00e0 17h21 PDTLe raison de cette action ? "Nous sommes obs\u00e9d\u00e9s par nos t\u00e9l\u00e9phones. Nous mangeons, parlons, marchons la t\u00eate baiss\u00e9e vers nos appareils, cr\u00e9ant une barri\u00e8re artificielle. J'ai donc pens\u00e9 qu'il fallait changer \u00e7a et parler \u00e0 plus de gens", raconte-t-il.Parmi ces centaines de rencontres, certaines plus marquantes que d'autres.\u00a0Steinar Skipsnes se souvient ainsi d'avoir\u00a0crois\u00e9\u00a0Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, une l\u00e9gende de la NBA ou encore Dan, "un astrophysicien qui a d\u00e9couvert 50 plan\u00e8tes", souligne Steinar Skipsnes dans son post sur Instagram\u00a0(en anglais).