The piece, by investigative journalist Nancy Jo Sales (best-known for her writing on the Bling Ring) opens on a savage vista: a Manhattan bar, where “everyone is drinking, peering into their screens and swiping on the faces of strangers they may have sex with later that evening”.
A financial worker tells Sales he hopes to “rack up 100 girls” in bed per year, and has slept with five in the past eight days.
As was the case with the videogame, they’re not mucking about with nonsense like publishers.
They’re doing what all indie developers do with their boardgames and hoping you’ll buy it before it’s actually available.
No deluxe editions with a ton of tiny plastic figures, or stretch goals for cobbled-on gameplay elements that they had to think up, or even T-shirts or mousepads or oversized bonus cards. But now they’re all sorts of gaudy colors like you might find in a comic book.
I don’t like it and I think they should have– Okay, who am I kidding?
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At its base, technology is a revolution in logistics, not in psychology or sociology – it gives us better access to the things we already lust after; it doesn't change the nature of the lust itself.
In a piece for the Like any successful internet service, Tinder enables people to fulfil some basic evolutionary and social needs…