|photo from tech crunch|
Thursday, January 24, 2013
This arguably could evolve into the worst thing to come out of Ann Arbor since Ann Coulter. Gizmodo and TechCrunch have been covering Playbook, an app created by a University of Michigan student.
While the creator of the app has stated that it is supposed to be gender neutral, the language of the app "Keep track of your hookups and share them with your bros" might suggest to women to never hook up with someone who has an iPhone or $.99. The twitter feed about this is pretty interesting, David Fontenot (the creator and notorious
Don Juan virgin) is tweeting to Hugh Hefner about the app, labeling it a private social network. It really just reminds me more of r/creepshots. Obviously this guy is smart, maybe just not socially so. I hope that he puts future efforts into something intelligent/not sexist/not terrifying. Just kidding, I am terrified of men like this, whose new predation territory has extended to the internet. This is not/will never be a good idea and I recommend that people continue just talking about their hookups rather than taking the time to find a picture on the internet and rate the encounter.
Posted by Dana at 6:39 PM