A new episode of the "Reply All" podcast (tagline: "A show about the Internet") delves into the disturbing world of online dating as an Asian woman. The story's producer Stephanie Foo, who is Asian, uses the story as an example of the problem of "yellow fever" on online dating sites. Online dating has a very large following in Asia as well, mainly because there are many people with internet connection here so there’s a large number of persons to choose from.
There are awkward people, I suppose, but not any more than in any other field. Lots of people work crazy hours and their snificant others just find ways to cope. People in tech are always throwing fucking conferences. You had better pray to God that his startup idea is not a stupid idea, because he is going to tell anyone who will listen that “It’s a social media site for peanut butter fans that gives badges every time you eat a sandwich.” 3.
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