Time constraints boost popularity of online dating
For all their complexity, today’s online platforms seem to be no more adept or reliable at fulfilling their guarantees than their analogue predecessors.
Neither, do the swipe-platforms Tinder and its offspring Bumble, simply means to an ends — a nut that can be cracked in so many more efficient ways ...
Trolling the online platforms is not exactly a life affirming experience, it’s an impersonally demoralizing one.
Without the dork platforms, we could communicate directly with prospects using simple Snapchat like transactions or encounters founded in mutual algorithms, or virtual-synergy that would lead to IRL experiences.
When I got stuck on 999, Match told me their developers never thought to allow another decimal on the blocking-counters — no one had ever hit it before I did.
Pathetic that online dating — a three-billion dollar/year industry — rolls with doofy 1960’s based algorithms, while at the same time AI disrupts major industries and enables life-changing technology.
For me, that leaves but a fraction thereof the aforementioned attenuated rate of appeal — .
At that rate, it could take me as long as 1.75 earth years to find one match.Online males — frustrated or too lazy to read profiles — cluster-bomb 100s of women they’ve barely looked at: if you throw manure at a barnwall all day, eventually some of its got to stick, right?