And all that window shopping raises our standards, while, Schwartz says, "the secret to happiness is low expectations." To make matters worse, whereas the previous generation of dating websites used algorithms to find your ideal match (see the famously epic e Harmony questionnaire), the current model is to flood you with dumb choice. Then, navigate a bottomless, unfiltered pool of potential dates, curated by proximity and little else. I decided, in the name of service journalism (and maybe love), to try it. Dear reader, it was both humbling and excruciating.Here's what I learned: The Target of dating sites, it's one-stop shopping for every make and style of mate.
They may have started dating somebody they met on that very site and just never got around to closing their account or editing their profile to indicate that they’re no longer on the market.
Ultimately it doesn’t matter: they’re never going to respond to you, so you may as well quit worrying about ’em.
It turned out that the underlying bug that caused the memory leak had been present in our Ragel-based parser for many years but no memory was leaked because of the way the internal NGINX buffers were used.
Introducing cf-html subtly changed the buffering which enabled the leakage even though there were no problems in cf-html itself.
I downloaded the Tinder app — and entered a hidden-in-plain-sight parallel universe of dating apps.