As Mc Donnell posts about tracking personal data, Kevin Poulsen from Wired magazine details an article "How a Math Genius Hacked Ok Cupid to Find True Love" which hosts a similar concept of data crunching and online dating.In the article, a math genius, Chris Mc Kinlay uses math and code to data mine his perfect match.
If you send out enough résumés, you’re likely to find a new job, right?
So perhaps the science was more in the amount of attempts made than any of her fancy data crunching that allowed her to find Mr.
Amy Webb, founder of Web media group, explores the data surrounding on-line dating and quantifies the results to ensure she meets her Prince Charming.
This lesson will enlighten and entertain you in the area of data and match making.
With all the uses of data, the article posted on Linked In.com, "The Awesome Ways Big Data is Used Today to Change the World" explores other areas data will impact our daily lives, for example targeting customers, improving business processes, personal quantification, improving healthcare, enhancing performance.
The article discusses how big data used today will provide value and make a difference today.
I guess that was around 2003, the time when I met my now ex-husband.
Fast-forward seven years, and I find myself single again, only this time there are dozens more dating sites (and dating apps! Online dating has become so much the norm that people are no longer embarrassed to say that they met online. ), Coffee Meets Bagel (it connects you with friends of friends on Facebook!
), Hinge (it does the same thing as Coffee Meets Bagel only more often!
), Tinder (the renowned hookup site), JSwipe (the Jewish Tinder!