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You want to seem approachable, and hiding behind a laptop or book doesn't help!Then, make a point of 'greeting' each person who comes in the door, whether with a smile, comment or friendly hello.
Other ideas along these lines include attending LGBT film festivals, single parent organizations or meetings, and health-related support groups.
Think of the kinds of things you love to do, and then find other people to do them - it's really that easy. When I moved back to Vancouver, Canada, I struggled to make friends, much less find someone I was interested in dating.
Someone offhandly mentioned a murder mystery party I'd thrown in another city and how much fun it was - so I went on Meetup and asked a few local groups if they were willing to host something like this.
It may seem obvious to some or completely alien to others - yet it works.
Find a busy coffee shop that you feel comfortable in, and take up a space near the main door.
Another idea along this same vein would be to host your own party, where each invitee brings a potluck dish and a single friend (of the opposite sex for heterosexuals or same sex for gays and lesbians).