Khazan: What about people who say that there is a paralysis of choice—that online dating makes us non-committal because we can always go on a date with somebody else? Yagan: I think that means you end up in a better relationship. When you decide to stop going on OkCupid dates, it means you’re happy with… Continue reading Marriage Success Rate as a J Curve?
I first met the founders of Codecademy through the Columbia Venture Community. Zach introduced himself during a CVC event at General Assembly, where we exchanged thoughts on startups internships and he told me about his experience at GroupMe. Ryan had been popping up on my radar throughout college, since we shared mutual friends and he… Continue reading 5 Business Models for Codecademy
newsweek: Behold! What the Stop SOPA blackout managed to accomplish in 24 hours. There’s hope that democracy may not be broken, after all.
You’ll hear a lot of startup ideas. Good ones, bad ones, copycat ones. But everyone has an idea. Everyone has come here to reinvent themselves, and if you want to do it, this is as good of a place to do it than anywhere else. Patrick Neeman, Director of User Experience at Jobvite, on the… Continue reading
Is Google Search broken? These two images indicate that it just might be. (Background: The Spreading Santorum website/meme began in 2003, when sex columnist and gay rights activist Dan Savage re-defined Santorum’s name as a protest against the then-Senator’s anti-gay agenda. Ironically, Savage has stated on his podcast that he and Santorum used to be college roommates… Continue reading
Bingo. (Dear Congress, It’s No Longer OK To Not Know How The Internet Works - Summify)
theatlantic: We’re Approaching That (Brief) Time of Year When ‘Christmas’ Searches Eclipse ‘Porn’