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I’d say that at least 10 percent of the audience was deeply dumb or serious trolls.But amid all this chatter, it was obvious that the fundamental problem with dating apps is the fundamental problem with every technological innovation: cultural lag.You could just turn notifications off, I thought, but what I said was “Wow! You don’t care about my Tinder stories and I don’t care about yours. What a considerate and logical thing to do.” Because, uh, what do I know about how anyone should behave? It’s a well-argued piece by Julie Beck, who writes, “The easiest way to meet people turns out to be a really labor-intensive and uncertain way of getting relationships.
published a feature-length report called “The Rise of Dating App Fatigue” in October 2016.
At the same time, we know what’s expected from us in a face-to-face conversation, and we know much less about what we’re supposed to do with a contextless baseball card in a messaging thread you have to actively remember to look at — at work, when you’re connected to Wi Fi.
Even as they’ve lost much of their stigma, dating apps have acquired a transitional set of contradictory cultural connotations and mismatched norms that border on dark comedy.
Smoothing the static electricity out of my sweater and rubbing a chunk of dead skin off my lip, I settled into the ‘70s-upholstery auditorium chair in a 100 percent foul mood, with an attitude of “Why the co-author Eric Klinenberg — brought only anecdotal evidence about bad dates and mean boys (and their personal, happy, IRL-sourced marriages).
The side arguing that it was false — chief scientific advisor Helen Fisher and Ok Cupid vice president of engineering Tom Jacques — brought hard data.
“The biggest problem is cognitive overload,” she said.