That’s when this company was founded by a 66-year-old psychologist, Neil Clark Warren, who’s now north of 80 and still running the show. And can you say “Ok, Cupid” to your Android phone, the way you’d say “OK, Google”? You can read it as descriptive (making a match) or as metaphorical (strike a match, find your flame). Talk about a niche market: this is a site “to enable people in the death industry” – pathologists, funeral organizers, taxidermists, crematorium techs – “to meet like-minded individuals.” It was founded by Carla Valentine – timely tie-in alert! This is the gamified future of dating: a mobile app, launched in 2012, that dispenses with the personal data and just shows photos (swipe right for a hit, left for a miss).
However, there’s an important line that must be drawn when it comes to deciding which chances are not worth taking.Feeling romantically challenged this Valentine’s Day? Maybe it’s time to join – or reactivate – that dating-site membership. But before you upload your gently embellished personal details, make sure the service’s name is the perfect match for you. I searched in vain for an explanation of this name. ) I did find this critique on a blog called The Broad’s Side: “I have no clue why anyone would opt to name their online dating site Zoosk. Online matchmaking services like e Harmony and are designed for those who are serious about dating.Unlike traditional sites, they don’t let people browse a database.