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Nowadays there seems to be a mobile app for everything, including dating.Long before my last breakup, I deleted Grindr, a smartphone app that is a household name in most gay circles, from my phone.The company will reportedly direct the funds toward product optimization and platform diversification.Launched in 2012, Blued started off as the Grindr copycat of China.After incredulously scolding my friend for using a what I thought was a gay hookup app while in a relationship, I downloaded it.Incredibly, Hornet was different right off the bat.People don't just use us for dating; they're using us for business networking, to get a job, to explore moving, to plan their vacations.That's possible on the [other apps], but I'd argue you'd be interrupting someone's mood to all of a sudden ask them what's the best place for ice cream in Philadelphia or their favorite place to stay when visiting NYC.
Moreover, I had long given up on dating sites such as Adam4Adam, Manhunt and even Gay.com; they'd started to have the feel of a bathhouse or a seedy bar.
Taste and art are often intertwined like long-lost lovers, one of whom has flown in from the Andes and the other from Boise.
The art here is that claims it has a proprietary algorithm that ranks places and events for "hotness." I suspect that you and I (and the hamsters pushing the algorithmic wheel at Distinc.tt) already have our own idea of hotness.
Sometimes, though, we're at a loss as to where to find it.
Please remember, we're talking Harvard people here.