OPW - Jan 9 - I'm interviewing for an hour on NPR's On Point with Tim Ashbrook starting 4pm EST. You can listen here. I'm on with Dr Eli Finkel, a professor of psychology at Northwestern University who's disputed the effectiveness of iDating, and Amanda Hess, a writer for Slate.
I'll be discussing this white paper where I asked the iDating industry executive 'How Has Internet Dating Changed Society.' Dan Slater (former Wall Street Journal reporter) wrote 'A Million First Dates' for The Atlantic for Jan 3, and quoted “Internet dating has made people more disposable, and may be partly responsible for a rise in the divorce rates,” from the white paper.
Watch out for Dan's new book out January 24th. He spent 2 years embedded and focused on the iDating industry to write 'Love In The Time Of Algorithms.'