Monthly Archives: February 2020

Table Manners: The Physics-Based Dating Game Valentine’s Day

Many of you reading this will have had a bad date at some point. Whether it’s spilling a drink on your fresh white t-shirt or getting the horribly wrong name, we all have our moments. But this game will change your perception of what a “bad date” really is. What is that? The brand new […]

How Technology Changed The Dating Game | ASEAN Post

Every February 14, the prices of chocolates and flowers skyrocket and restaurants tend to be full with couples looking for a romantic date. Some singles may feel left out of the celebration, but with many dating sites and apps, the new “swipe” culture makes it easier to find a partner or mate in an instant. […]

Table Manners Review – Fun And Frustrations Of The Dating Game | Games

TA few minutes into my date with Taylor, I spilled the champagne, smashed four glasses and slapped her cheek with raw lobster. The table is blazing hell (my attempt to light our votive candle was suboptimal). As I fumble with the fire extinguisher, Taylor stares at her phone, arms crossed, and pursues her lips. Moments […]

How ‘The Dating Game’ Changed TV

Chuck Barris had a problem. As the creator and producer of a new ABC game show titled The dating game, Barris had thought it would be amusing to see three men vying for the affection of a woman who questioned them behind a screen. Because they would be unable to rely on visual cues or […]

A relationship expert”s surprisingly simple secret to getting back into the dating game

EXCLUSIVE: Hayley Quinn says there’s never been a better time for older people to get back to the dating game, and how patience and respectful distance can make all the difference Hayley Quinn chats with mirror man Courtney Wilson about her victory in dating for the over 50s ( Image: Steve Bainbridge) Coming back to […]

off-label Tinder use: Beyond the dating game: people use Tinder for self-promotion, political campaigning

TORONTO: Although Tinder is a platform for casual dating, some of the app’s approximately 50 million users worldwide use it for multi-level marketing, political campaigning and promoting local concerts, according to a new study. The study, published in the journal ‘The Information Society’, found that off-label use of Tinder – a term borrowed from pharmacology […]