Or: looks matter a lot less for men’s mating success (relative to all the other criteria they must meet to satisfy women’s 463 bullet-point checklist). As we can see, the two hottest girls are cleaning up in the attention whore sweepstakes. The plain jane got almost as many messages as the two hottest men combined. Finally, the results after four months: Holy mackerel! The next time you hear a feminist whine about the patriarchy, show her this graph and tell her where the real power resides. The ugliest man got nothing after four months of desperation.
The two hottest men get a few bites, but because they are men and have no personal concept of the sheer volume of sexual attention that hot women experience during their brief window of prime fertility, they think they are Kings of Maine. The three men with looks ranging from ugly to above-average received a grand total of three messages over four months.
Handsome Joe: “Hey, Emma, I got eight messages this week! If you are the average man, don’t plan on letting your generic beta profile and photo do your work for you.
Update: those of you looking to play with Android on Pi in advance of our source code release might want to check out the community Razdroid project, which last month produced its first non-accelerated port of Gingerbread on top of the publicly released Video Core binary.
Naren has been working on a port of Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) to Raspberry Pi, and as you can see from the screenshots and video below, he’s been making great progress.
Hardware-accelerated graphics and video have been up and running smoothly for some time; Audio Flinger support is the only major missing piece at the moment.
This implementation uses a different kernel and Video Core binary image from the one available on Git Hub, which is why we’ve been keeping quiet about it so far.
We’re investigating the feasibility of converging the two code lines to produce a single common platform as soon as we can, at which point we hope to release the sources for you to play with.
A reader telegraphed the Chateau a link to a very interesting experiment that an intrepid blogger ran on OKCupid.He created ten fake profiles, five men and five women of increasing physical attractiveness, and measured the response rate he received over a four-month period.The results should be little surprise to regular guests of this mysterious sanctum sanctorum, but are worth examining in detail for the clarity they provide to men who are considering making online dating the fulcrum of their mate selection strategy.The experiment: How many unsolicited messages do men get compared to women?And what difference does their physical attractiveness make to each man and woman’s success?[ed: all ten dummy accounts had the same written profile.