Tag: dating

On unsolicited nostalgia and Tinder frustrations

Leah Junck , December 10th, 2020


‘I’ve been here before’ – the feeling of the present being firmly rooted in the past can be intense and disorienting. It is difficult to trace, like a…


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Looking for Mr. Right Now

Alexandra Frankel , January 25th, 2019


What we talk about when we talk about Tinder. I have never been good at dating. I simply refused to acknowledge the subtleties and rituals of courtship, to…


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Follow up: #Tinder as a research method

Anya Evans , August 19th, 2017


Following the unexpected popularity of my May article Tinder as a Methodological Tool I was asked by Allegra to write a follow up expanding on the subject and…


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Tinder as a methodological tool #EmergingDigitalPractices

Anja Ryding , May 2nd, 2017


Imagine being able to remotely and anonymously search through locals in your area, browse through pictures of them, and chat with those who also found you attractive. Imagine…


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Dating your Ancestors is Complicated: The Strange Case of Homo Naledi

Gamwell , April 26th, 2017


Photo: John Hawks. Homo naledi has much in common with early forms of the genus Homo On this episode, Adam and Ryan dive into the complexities of our…


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Dating your Ancestors is Complicated: The Strange Case of Homo Naledi

Gamwell , April 26th, 2017


Photo: John Hawks. Homo naledi has much in common with early forms of the genus Homo On this episode, Adam and Ryan dive into the complexities of our…


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Women on the market: Internet romance in Cameroon

John Postill , January 23rd, 2016


I am currently posting on this blog some notes under the broad theme of media and change in preparation for the volume Postill, J., E. Ardevol and S….


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