Risk & Romance
Daniel Jones, editor of the New York Times’ “Modern Love” column, has read more than 80,000 essays on love. His analysis? There are two types of people: those who give up on love after heartbreak and those who keep their hearts open.
Do Dating Apps Add Up?
Does expanding your dating pool online lead to more connections and a greater shot at lasting love? Or does the endless opportunity simply create frustration and unrest? Helen Fisher and Manoush Zomorodi debate.
Dating Algorithms, Explained
Have algorithms unlocked the math of match-making? OkCupid’s head engineer Tom Jacques explains the science of digital dating. WNYC’s resident tech expert Manoush Zomorodi responds.
Dating Apps & Discrimination
Does online dating create a platform for racial discrimination and cultural bias? Or, as Tom Jaques argues, are these sites leading the charge against such behavior and serving as prominent advocates for inclusion in romance?
OkCupid’s Tom Jacques gets personal and talks about meeting the love of his life online
The Valentine's Debate
Is Valentine’s Day actually good for romance? Our debaters weigh in.
LGBT Relationships Online
Debater Tom Jacques argues that dating apps have made dating simple and accessible, particularly for LGBT couples.
Keynote Conversation with Daniel Jones
Daniel Jones, editor of the New York Times' "Modern Love" column, speaks with John Donvan on how love and romance has changed since the arrival of dating apps.