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Smith, who addresses the reader as “Player One,” provides tips on how to “hack” online dating profiles, the proper etiquette for approaching women on Facebook and Twitter, and the best locations for meeting like-minded women in real life.He walks readers through a first date simulation, outlining effective conversation strategies and topics to avoid.Tinder Launches New Feature Across The Globe According to Digital Trends, Tinder has added a new feature to it dating app: Loops Users can now make two-second loops and add it to their profiles. You’re hooked on Elder Scrolls and Metal Gear but now you’ve discovered an even bigger obsession: the new girl who just moved in down the hall. Take some tips from Eric Smith in The Geek’s Guide to Dating. I'll just put it nice and simple: NOT ALL GEEKS ARE GUYS!
If we all get together and re-train him by submitting our own answers to MIT’s test images maybe Norman can start seeing the world through slightly more rose-colored glasses. Either way, it reinforces one very important fact about AI: that the worldview of an AI is very much determined by the information it gathers while learning. We saw something similar play out when Microsoft’s Twitter bot went from normal to racist in less than 24 hours.
Smith does a great service for both sexes by disabusing men of the concepts of the Manic Pixie Dream Girl and “the friendzone,” while also discouraging “idiosyncratic ‘trademark’ wardrobe items” such as fedoras.
He does, however, explain how you can achieve Han Solo’s “roguish but classy” style without attracting “unwanted attention in a cantina.” Smith further contends that the Cylons of Battlestar Galactica make good dating role models and that a Magic: The Gathering deck is a perfect metaphor for compromise in a relationship.
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This hilarious primer leads geeks of all ages through the perils and pitfalls of meeting women, going on dates, getting serious, breaking up, and establishing a successful lifelong relationship (hint: it’s time to invest in new bedsheets).
His YA debut, INKED, is out now via Bloomsbury's digital imprint, Bloomsbury Spark. He regularly writes about YA for Book Riot, Barnes & Noble's Teen Blog, and Paste Magazine.