While some might argue this obsessive sampling is the very essence of dating, others would call it by its proper name: compulsive shopping.By appealing to our inherently fickle nature, online dating transforms people into commodities and much like any other inanimate object you can order via the web – computers, cell phones, cappuccino makers – upgrading is a snap.Files contained in jcommon-1.0.16.jar: META-INF/MANIFEST. System Properties Table Model.class org.about.resources. Not surprisingly, many singles have grown tired of the tyranny of choice that exists in the online dating world (You have 496 new matches!) and are opting for dating sites that embrace the “less is more” (or even, Les is more) approach. Check out this tech story from that profiles new dating apps that “promise love, not match overload.” Long ago, in a universe far away, I was married. I feel bad about a lot of things, including the fact that I sometimes feel bad about my body. Everything begins to drop, except your blood pressure and cholesterol, and you suddenly understand why Nora Ephron felt bad about her neck.
A few years ago, a psychologist at Columbia University by the name of Sheena Iyengar conducted a study on the “tyranny of choice” we face each day by conducting experiments that tempted people with varying amounts of chocolate and fancy jams. And by things, I mean gravity starts to go all “Game of Thrones” on your body. The truth is by the time you turn 50, things do start to happen.One trip to the mall to see couples sniping at each other as they struggle through their monstrous to-do lists usually takes care of that.But I know some of you do get tired of all smarmy jewelry commercials (“He went to Jared!