Math Geek Hacks Dating Site, Meets The Love Of His Life
Chris McKinley is about to assuage your doubts about finding love online. He figured out that unless you answer the right questions on the dating site, your opportunities for seeing different profiles is hugely limited. SO, this geek-fabulous Casanova hacked the system by setting up fake accounts, scraping questions from thousands of women's accounts, and setting up mathematical models. The fake accounts were banned, but the results far outweighed the finger wagging from OkCupid. He was seeing 400 women's profiles every day.
88 first dates later, he got ENGAGED.
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