Every morning I wake up to a slew of emails about my recent password reset requests and text messages with verification codes.
I know he really loves this post I wrote, so thought I would bring it back up to the top, for all to enjoy.
Penicillin, the genome, evolution and the Big Bang: these are the breakthroughs that shape our world.
It’s a breakthrough, they say, that will have would-be lovers swiping right and boosting their odds of moving a romance from awkward Internet messaging to real-life date nights.
In a meta-analysis of 86 psychology, sociology, computer, and behavioral studies, they found answers to the questions that leave online daters paralyzed at their keyboards or searching for the perfect selfie.
Today, new research published in the BMJ’s journal, Evidence Based Medicine, adds to that glittering pantheon.
Scientists from Barts, the London School of Medicine, and The University of North Texas have discovered the secret to the perfect online dating profile.
Let me set the scene: We matched on Tinder and it took me a good bit of messaging back and forth to convince him to come to a special SF Symphony performance involving the NFL for our first date.