Then we had a weird/sad breakup that lasted about a year.We broke up and got back together a bunch of times, so I didn’t tell anyone we broke up until recently.
We’ve processed the messaging habits of over a million people and are about to basically prove that, despite what you might’ve heard from the Obama campaign and organic cereal commercials, racism is alive and well. When I first started looking at first-contact attempts and who was writing who back, it was immediately obvious that the sender’s race was a huge factor.
” more compatibility usuallymeans more replies No, we’re not: we know race shouldn’t matter to replies because the races all match each other more or less evenly, and reply rate correlates to matching.
That is, more compatibility generally means more replies. As you can see, in general, the better you match someone, the more likely you are to reply to a first message from them.
You’re here, I know, because you’re holding onto hope by a tiny little thread.
I get it—it seems like an impossibility that you will meet the right person, someone […] Read more It all started when an eharmony engineer named Greg Petroski thought to himself, wouldn’t it be cool if there was an eharmony skill for Amazon Alexa, where you could check out your matches, listen to messages, and get updated without lifting a finger?