Amy webb online dating
After some trial and error and a lot of research and reverse-engineering, not only did Webb become the most “popular person online” but she also met her "Prince Charming," whom she eventually married and had a child with.
She went on write about her experience with online dating in Data: A Love Story, which you can catch a humorous excerpt from on Slate.
He was just under 6 feet tall and solid but not overweight. He seemed to recognize me instantly too and walked straight toward me.
Even in the dim lighting, I could see that his olive skin had a healthy glow, as if he’d just been to the beach. Jay removed the messenger bag from his shoulder in one smooth movement and put it, along with his coat, next to my gigantic bag on the couch. He’d been on a deadline that day, working on a story about how a city councilwoman may have misappropriated campaign money for her own personal expenses.
I was intrigued enough to click through and read the rest of his profile. Mench Tastic would likely order a drink once he got here, and since I actually liked him I didn’t want to get accidentally drunk at the very beginning of the date.
In his About Me section, Mench Tastic wrote, “I’m a journalist, which sometimes means long hours at work but always means I have fantastic stories to tell.” Looking at his profile, I thought that I might know his byline. I rifled through the piles of paper on my own desk looking for my mobile phone. Since it could happen so quickly, I usually didn’t realize I was drunk until something bad had already happened.
It was now July, a few weeks since my date with Jim, the weed smoker who refused to split our dinner bill.