DatePerfect Reviews “Online Dating Tries to Flirt With the Workplace” by Julie Beck via The Atlantic


Julie Beck uses a dating app called Feeld, which now has a function that will tell coworkers whether their office crushes are mutual, as the jumping off point to explore how tech is affecting the intersection of work and dating. In her opinion, the always-on potential of work and dating via our devices would only serve to exacerbate “that perpetual sense of possibility, but also the possibility of disappointment.” Read the full article here.

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Jonathan Delong
Jonathan DeLong is hooked on tech, and has been working with startups and entrepreneurs for the last decade. With experience building global cross-functional teams for enterprise and infrastructure providers, to seeing garage-based startups from their ‘fast-pitches’ thru launch, he truly believes anything is possible. Often giving his time freely to both emerging entrepreneurs and philanthropy, Jonathan’s heart is as big as they come. When not deep in strategy and API based business models, you will find him swimming, on a road bike, or simply traveling globally. A San Francisco native and a graduate of the University of California in Santa Barbara, Jonathan currently lives on a sailboat in Oakland, California. Learn more on Jonathan's founder's blog:


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