Cyber dating spreadsheet
Yesterday, the internet was blowing up with a spreadsheet made by a real guy to keep track of all the girls he was interested in dating and how it was going.Some were girls he met online; some were friends; others were introduced to him by his parents.A couple of years ago, I watched Amy Webb’s amazing TED Talk about how she “hacked” online dating to work for her.Her advice is what inspired me to put some work into online dating, and I put a lot of her talk into my post about having more fun with online dating. ” by one of my favorite relationship writers, Mira Kirshenbaum.Not surprisingly, she chose not to go out with him again.Even less surprisingly, she forwarded the document to all of her friends so they could have a good laugh.(You'd imagine, if ever he'd focused on one of these women, he wouldn't have had to do this.) His biggest mistake, however, along with being an investment banker the trendy occupation to hate-love to hear such tales about, was sending the spreadsheet to one of his dates.
After all, it’ll keep you from accidentally calling someone by the wrong name.
This is offensive to us as romantically inclined humans, terribly offensive, which is why Thursday's credits Jezebel for this piece of news.) If you haven't read the story, the brief run-down is this.