Internet killed the dating game
Many believe that romance is somehow a numbers game—the more we play, the better the odds. Last week, Ok Cupid VP of Engineering Tom Jacques and Fisher, who is also Match.com's scientific advisor, came together at Intelligence Squared to argue that dating apps are designed to find love.
Their opponents, WNYC's co-author Eric Klinenberg, argued that online dating has killed romance.
Many of them start with, “We had such a great time and made plans to meet up again, but then I never heard from them again…” (Oh, the tales I could tell of the lies that people tell about themselves, but I’ll save that for another time.) Companies have spent a great deal of money creating Spam filters for e-mail.We also add new games daily to ensure that you won't get bored of playing old games again and again.