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Love in the Time of Algorithms: What Technology Does to Meeting and Mating Hardcover – January 24, 2013
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"Slater considers all these issues in an intelligent, edgy, thought-provoking way. His book is worth at least a speed date."
"--Washington Post "
"Slater has dug in manfully to explain how technology is transforming how we meet and fall in love."
"--Wall Street Journal"
"Slater's account of the history of the cyber dating industry--from ginormous clunky old computers to modern complex algorithms--is well detailed."
"In this artful examination of our techno-romantic universe, Dan Slater offers an eye-opening look at the ways our very own behaviors and desires have been forever changed." --Jessica Massa and Rebecca Wiegand, cocreators of" ""The Gaggle" and "WTF Is Up With My Love Life?!"
"A fascinating romp through the world of online dating, packed with anecdotes about how people are adapting (or not) to love on the Internet."
--Bethany McLean, coauthor of" ""The Smartest Guys in the Room"
--review --Este texto se refiere a la edición Paperback.
About the Author
DAN SLATER is a widely published author of journal-ism and creative nonfiction. A former legal affairs reporter for The Wall Street Journal, he is currently a contributor to Fast Company and has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, New York Magazine, and GQ. Slater is a graduate of Colgate University and Brooklyn Law School.
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The history of online dating, discussed in this book, is quite interesting. It is a light fun read but by no means is this book filled with fluff. The book flows nicely and is a cohesive story on todays phenomenon of socializing in this busy techonology filled world. I am 100% glad that I purchased this book.
A must for anyone who is interested in online dating research,
Definitely worth a read – just skip self-important sections.