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The back patios, sidewalk seating, and rooftop decks have been sealed off for the season.

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Launched in late 2007, Zoosk has raised $40.5 million in new funding, and rolled out a proprietary matching technology, which has suggested more than 700 million matches since it was first launched in September 2010.Yes, as Anne Helen Petersen proved, you can make a lot of very immediate, fairly educated guesses about someone based on their Tinder calling card: there are often cues about religion, income, and political leanings, for example.But with Tinder I’ll find myself swiping right on “eh, maybes” just to see what happens. Or were you on Tinder itself when you suddenly got the message: “You’re out of likes. Get unlimited likes with Tinder Plus for $19.99/mo.” Tinder, which I affectionately think of as “Candy Crush but with people’s faces,” has decided to follow Candy Crush’s example and make people pay for additional gameplay.As Tech Crunch explains: However, in the Tech Crunch office we’ve seen Tinder Plus offered at the price of $14.99/month for a 30 female user.Summer was about calling in sick on Friday because your boss took his kids to the beach a day early.

Summer was about stumbling home with a new friend at three in the morning, unsure whether you were sweating or had spilled a beer on yourself. The once vibrant scene has been overrun by college students and sullen businessmen downing beers until they forget that their kids are home from summer camp.

With Tinder, you see one match at a time and have to decide immediately whether to pass or like.

The FYON theory applies within reason, but it’s flipped — instead of deciding based on “YES,” we decide based on “NO.” Part of this is because you only see one match at a time and can’t cherry-pick the people you like , and part of this is because Tinder offers very limited information.

I already know that nothing’s going to happen unless the other person swipes right as well, and even then nothing’s going to happen unless I decide to message that person, so it’s a very low stakes choice.

In fact, many Tinder users swipe right on as many people as possible — some users swipe right on — and then use the FYON theory on the people who also swiped right on them.

In short, OKC is structured so you interact with as few people as possible and Tinder is structured so you interact with as many people as possible, at least from a gameplay perspective. The first thing that’s going to happen is that people are going to become much more strategic about their right swipes. This, in turn, will make the number of Tinder matches go down, which will also make messaging go down.