Could you DM me or send me an email at [email protected]? "Many reporters, unable to go home because of checkpoints, have slept in their newsrooms; one, Raja Mohi-ud-din, has been waking daily at 2am to drive to his paper’s printing facilities, where he manually uploads and prints each edition himself.” cjr.org/the_media_toda… Here's how: I subscribe to a lot of tech newsletters; from one, sent today, a criticism of media I've found increasingly common in SV ("the jealousy of the paper belt").
So here's a brief guide to the app, its history, and its immature (and sometimes worse than immature) management.
(Session M survey results) Tinder is an app for i OS (i Phone, i Pod Touches, i Pads, etc.) and Android devices meant to make it easy to meet new people.
If you're up for it, shoot me a DM or email me at [email protected] We're incredibly excited to announce our @WGAE contract is 100% official. I normally wouldn’t share, but a lot of the normalizing happens in banal, obscure processes that deserve scrutiny.
pic.twitter.com/qfvd9VXXi D I am still thinking about six minutes ago.
Indeed, a 2013 survey by marketing firm Session M found that less than 20 percent of Tinder users state that they use the app primarily because they're "looking for a quick hookup," an answer beaten by "I'm just curious," "it's entertaining," and "looking for a relationship" (of course, the app has grown and changed a lot since 2013).
Users build profiles by importing photos and interests from their Facebook accounts, and tell the app the genders, age range, and geographic radius they want to get matches from, and then the app starts producing matches fitting the search criteria.Tinder cofounder Justin Mateen has said that in the early days of the app, over 90 percent of users were between 18 and 24, so it's been getting older over time.That 18-24 figure includes many college students, and a number of observers have argued that Tinder is noticeably changing the dynamics of college dating at a number of campuses.Each match appears looking initially like the picture below on the left, from which one can pull up profile details, which display like the screen on the right: Users have two options when presented with a potential match: swipe right on the phone/tablet's touch screen (or, alternately, press the button with a heart on it) to signal interest in meeting the match; or swipe left (or press the button with a red X on it) if not interested.If both users swipe right / click the heart, then Tinder opens up a chat thread for the two of them.The company told the Los Angeles Times' Paresh Dave in November that it had 30 million users; the number has likely grown significantly since then.