Log management service Scalyr today announced the beta launch of PowerQueries, its new tools for letting its users create advanced search operations as they manage their log files and troubleshoot potential issues. The new service allows users to perform complex actions to group, transform, filter and sort their large data sets, as well as to […]View More Scalyr launches PowerQueries for advanced log management
It’s bad enough that dating sites are a pit of exaggerations and inevitable disappointment, they’re also a hot target for hackers. Dating sites aren’t considered the goldmine of personal information like banks or hospitals, but they’re still an intimate part of millions of people’s lives and have long been in the sights of hackers. If […]View More Users complain of account hacks, but OkCupid denies a data breach
In our Love App-tually series, Mashable shines a light into the foggy world of online dating. Just in time for cuffing season.
There was a time in my life when I wanted nothing more than to get off dating apps.
Back when I was in my twenties, …
Let’s just cut the mushy bullshit and get straight to the point: Online dating can truly suck. Don’t get me wrong — the help is seriously great when you start to feel like you’re #ForeverAlone, but the entire process of creating a dating profile and dealing with less than ideal matches can be cumbersome.
You’re forced to answer fake “deep” questions that everyone lies about anyway, deal with creepy dudes and girls who think it’s cute to terrorize your inbox, and navigate sites that just do not have what you’re looking for.
Here’s the thing though: OkCupid is about to be your new best friend.View More OkCupid review: A fun, hip dating site that’s way less lame than the competition
There are three realizations you come to once you enter the real world as a working adult:
1. A 9 to 5 job is rarely ever just 9 to 5.
2. Your free time is pretty limited.
3. Dating sucks.
The social freedoms you enjoyed before joining the rat …
Online dating is basically the best thing that ever happened to introverts.
You can now scan for a potential mate without ever leaving the comfort zone that is your couch. Of course, eventually you’ll need to get up and actually go on a date. But until then, scroll away my friend. After all, there are millions of people all around the planet how are now realizing the strengths that introverts bring to the table.
You can even say we’re living through a worldwide Introvert Revolution. Just look at the success of self-proclaimed introvert Susan Cain’s wildly popular book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking. Her book has sold millions of copies worldwide, a TEDtalk she gave on the topic has been viewed over 19,294,447 times and counting, and she reportedly gets paid five-figures for a single appearance. Read more…View More 8 of the best dating sites for introverts, wallflowers, and shy people
Mashable’s readers (and writers) are known for being OBSESSIVE about the things we love, like comic books and movies, gadgets and tech, or the latest Space X launch. You may say we kind of geek out about things. Okay, fine, we *are* geeks. And geeks …View More 12 of the best online dating sites for geeks, nerds, sci-fi buffs, and more
OKCupid’s users are angry – very, very angry. Just ahead of the new year, the company made a radical change to its policies, and now requires people to use real names instead of an OKCupid username, as before. The change eliminates one of the biggest differentiators between the dating app and rivals like Tinder and Bumble, which have users log in via Facebook in order to use their… Read More
View More OKCupid’s rating sinks as users rebel over new ‘real name’ policy
Tired of the endless swiping game that is online dating?
OkCupid is trying something a bit different. Starting today they’re rolling out a feature that lets you search profiles based on keywords. It’s currently available on desktops and for users of …