Online Dating: An Economist’s Perspective + Live OKC Profile Analysis, by Stanford Economics Professor Paul Oyer The Art of Aural Seduction and Sexual Communication for Couples, with Good Vibrations’ Sex Doctor Carol Queen The Big Data that I Found Surprising, from Coffee Meets Bagel COO Dawoon KangAfterward join everyone for
Inforum at the Commonwealth Club are rad. Not only do they put on amazing events, they also let me give away tickets to you, my dear and demented readers. This particular one seems pretty incredible. I’ve got a pair of premium tickets for one lucky winner. This includes his book,
While Instagram would be the perfect name for a pot delivery service, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger got there first when they created the app that both let’s you be your own Garry Winogrand, and brag to your friends about what you had for second lunch. I’m an Instagram junkie myself, in
Win Tix to The Algorithm of Love at the Commonwealth Club. Learn About the Science Behind Making the Perfect Match
Next Thursday, February 14th, the INFORUM at the Commonwealth Club will be holding the The Algorithm for Love. OkCupid and Match.com CEO Sam Yagan will be here there, dishing on the math and science behind making the perfect match. After the interview they’re hosting a cocktail-fueled after party where guests will
This is another dope event from the folks at Inforum. Since they’ve already written all kinds of words about it, I’m just gonna copy and paste them below, so I can get back to looking at internet porn. But if you wanna win a pair of tix, email Contests@BrokeAssStuart.com with
Joel Stein, the funny guy from Time Magazine is being hosted by Inforum. Here’s what they had to say: We’re hosting Joel Stein, the guy that writes the back column for TIME Magazine, at Swig Bar on October 8th. He’s wildly funny and inappropriate and we fully expect the night
I’m just gonna copy and paste the info for this one since I’m pretty slammed right now, but in a very San Francisco moment, I looked at the people involved with this rad event and laughed because I’m friends with nearly all of them. SF is the smallest town ever.