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I’d go with Genghis Khunt if you put a gun to my head and made me guess though.
Something else I found interesting was how the data collected by OK Cupid is being used by social scientists to draw conclusions about the future of the world, namely how the political left’s romantic life is screwed. This enables the researchers to conjure from their database the person you may not realize you have in mind.
The dating-slash-friendship-slash-networking app is hoping to sell users on various types of upward mobility.Answer this or that pile of questions and you can find out which “Lost” character/chess piece/chemical element you are.LOL the “Hornivore” and “Genghis Khunt.” I really enjoyed that, though I have no idea which one of those the thing above qualifies as.Dating sites have for the most part always had either a squalid or a chain-store ambience.OK Cupid, with a breezy, facetious tone, an intuitive approach, and proprietary matching stratagems, comes close to feeling like a contemporary Internet product, and a pastime for the young.
But where the piece really hits its stride, I think, is where Paumgarten delves into OK Cupid, which, though I’ve never joined (I swear! Each has a distinct personality and a carefully curated profile—a look, a strong side, and, to borrow from TACT, a philosophy of life values.