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Men and women think about the early stages of dating very differently.
Women often try to read too much into their early interactions with men, which then leads them to think that after the first few dates they’re in what I call the “instant relationship”.
First you have two single people, next is dating, followed by a committed couple, which is then proceeded by marriage.
People and relationships can stall out at any stage or remain at one stage for long periods of time.
Scott Davidoff of CMU gave an interesting presentation today at Ubicomp on a design method for rapidly exploring application design – Speed Dating.
Ever wonder what a man really thinks during those early encounters with you? Have you ever gone on a few dates with a guy, thought things were going well, and then things fizzled out without warning?
Here he offers up some intriguing ideas about relationships in 2025, based on three “macro” trends: that technology is speeding up how we interact; that unconventional relationships are becoming more accepted; and that kink (e.g. Projects like 23and Me and u Biome reveal our personal genetics and microbial make-ups. A service that matches us with someone with complementary genes and gut.
After all, who wants to be someone who isn’t microbiomically sympatico?
There were several key reasons why this was not the best approach, namely: – Timing.
His team was uncomfortable deploying technologies at such an early stage in the development process. Unlike more established technology applications, ubiquitous computing does not have established design patterns to leverage.
– High cost of failure – Unpredictable consequence: Scott and his team were conscious that they were introducing technologies in social contexts and didn’t know what the consequences of that might be.