The Art of Connection

Men are well on the way to pricing themselves out of the game. By price I mean the price women pay to have our company, which appears to this observer to be much too high.
I have, in the past, been told and been vaguely aware of the way men conduct themselves on dates. The complaint – more wistful than bitchy – is that guys in the company of women provide a CV rather than conversation. Recitation of facts about ourselves and our opinions is what we think passes for polite and warm discourse.
Painful as it is to include myself in

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Introducing Feed

Welcome to the world beyond the swipe.

Feed brings your matches to life by delivering a visual and interactive experience that helps you spark conversation with the people you want to meet most. It’s an exciting new way to see more of what someone is all about by giving you a true glimpse into their world—their passions, their personality, their latest adventure—all leading to better conversations and deeper connections.

Feed shows you real-time updates from your matches, all in one place. Just tap on “Feed” from your Match List for a completely new Tinder experience. From recent Tinder photos, to Instagram

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Inner Space

Unrecognized, so much of our daily routine is self-automated. We drive. We shop. We order coffee. We eat. We publicize our lives.
Automation, because doing this stuff requires little active consciousness. The routines – much like computer routines – are relegated to the well-worn grooves of simply getting through the day. They’re thoughtless. Expected.
We can still do our daily routine even when we’re stressed, or completely absorbed with something else. If you have a work deadline, or an educational deadline, or some kind of family emergency, you’re still capable of getting your Instagram account updated. Operating on different levels is one

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Inquisition

If we took a look through a telescope at our relationships, I wonder what we’d see. The fore-shortening effect means we can see distant things as if they were nearby, in the same plane as close (or more recent) stuff.
I like playing this kind of game because it filters out much of the daily junk than inhabits our lives; the drudgery, the boredom, the reflexive behaviours that we barely notice. Many hours of our day is spent doing…well, not much really, and that includes the time we spend with special people.
Which is the way it is meant to be. Maintaining

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6 Dating Rules You Should Live By

Whether you are new to dating or have been in the dating scene for quite some time, there are certain rules you need to live by to ensure dating success. This will help steer you in the right direction, avoid disaster and ultimately find your perfect match. So now that the New Year is upon us, here are some rules you need to recommit yourself to.

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Introducing Super Likeable

We’ve been cooking up a new way to bring you a more exciting Tinder experience -- and we’re enlisting the help of some fancy AI to do it. We know you’re going to like it. In fact, you’re going to more than like it. That’s why we named it Super Likeable.

Super Likeable is a new artificial intelligence-powered experience that aims to delight and surprise with a simple and fun new format to introduce you to people we think will be of special interest to you. When a user comes across the Super Likeable feature, they’ll receive a free Super Like

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