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They are lady friendly; at least, they’re Emja-female friendly so if you want to add your own, by all means.

Think of Tumblr as micro-blogging on steroids (technically, it’s called “tumblelogging”).

And maybe that’s a terrible, competitive, creepy thing.

Some readers, however, found more compassion for bull than fighter: Here’s some further reading on matadors and the ethical arguments around bullfighting, plus a pair of dispatches from the most famous writer to explore the sport: Keep reading piece by Scott Carney on the sometimes-perilous journey of Westerners seeking spirituality in India.

– and misaimed anger by people who seem to believe that Mc Kinlay was doing something fiendish and underhanded, a digital pick-up artist who dehumanized women by trying to reduce seduction into numbers and becoming an online Svengali. Mc Kinlay did what many nerds have done before: he attempted to solve a problem by taking his strengths – research, coding and statistical sampling – and applying them to the task at hand.

Rather than finding some ruthless exploit in the human psyche that was somehow vulnerable to math, he was, put simply, attempting to moneyball online dating.

Carney tells the stories of several young people, including a 28-year-old named Jonathan Spollen, who have gone missing, lost their minds, or both: Stories like Spollen’s feel like Eastern versions of Into the Wild, the 1996 book about a young adventurer who died after trying to live off the land in Alaska: They’re tales of willful idealists whose romantic notions of remote lands lead them to embark on quixotic journeys.

But journalism is competitive.”’s Karen Russell on the comeback of Juan Jose Padilla, a Spanish matador left partially blind after being gored through the face by a bull’s horn.Of course, Mc Kinlay is hardly the first person to attempt to make the system work for him… Amy Webb, a digital strategist with Webbmedia Group employed a similar strategy of data mining, mathematical analysis and matchmaking algorithms to solve her own love issues. You may not be a brilliant mathematician able to write custom code to seek out your perfect – or near perfect – match…but you can definitely crack the code and make OKCupid dance to While their methods differed – Mc Kinlay started by examining how to affect OKCupid’s match percentages while Webb was developing an algorithm to predict which men on JDate had long-term potential – their approaches were the same: both Mc Kinlay and Webb wanted to know how to make themselves more appealing to their potential online partners.One of the more popular news stories being shared around the web this week has been the story of how Chris Mc Kinlay, a mathematics Ph D candidate “hacked” OKCupid in order to find love.Naturally, this inspired both wonder – OMG, nerds can break the code and get laid!

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