Read An Excerpt In Slate

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It was now July, a few weeks since my date with Jim, the weed smoker who refused to split our dinner bill. I knew matching algorithms weren’t perfect, but I kept dating and decided not to cancel my memberships with eHarmony, Match.com, and JDate. The majority of dates I’d been going on weren’t horrible, they just weren’t great. I was an optimist rooted in math and logic…..

Read the full excerpt at Slate.com.

Amy and Brian Interview on Marketplace

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Listen to the full interview here.

This interview may ring true for some of you — those who’ve eventually realized they’re looking for love in all the wrong places.

If that sounds familiar, then you’ll relate to Amy Webb's story, in which she tries and fails in online dating — and tries again. And this time, she does those matching algorithms of those online dating sites one better. Her new book is called “Data: A Love Story.”…

Watch Amy on The View

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Watch the full segment of The View here.

After many epically bad dates, Amy Webb decided to change her approach. She had been set up by family members for so long it seemed that the Internet would be a more successful venue for finding Mr. Right. While it was more efficient, the dates were still awful. She just wasn’t finding her perfect man, which she said was Michael Bluth from Arrested Development meets Larry David. Her findings and process were documented in her book, Data: A Love Story.

Amy’s the Lady Geek Of The Week!

But perhaps the reason why we love her the best is that she recently authored “Data, A Love Story.” After attempting – and failing – to find love via online dating, she took matters into her own hands. Or rather, the hands of her male alter ego. Using digital strategy and sharp intellect, she met her ideal man (now husband!). And for the benefit of her fellow lady geeks, she turned her story into a written memoir… Read more here.image

Data translated into three languages!

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DATA is now being translated into three languages! Coming soon to Taiwan, Korea and Brazil! Look for it on bookshelves in Chinese, Korean and Portuguese in a few months!

Italy, will you be next? (Sì! Sì!)

DATA现在正在翻译成三种语言即将台湾,韩国和巴西中国,韩国和葡萄牙在数个月书架寻找它

DATA는 현재 3 개 국어로 번역되고 있습니다! 대만, 한국, 브라질 출시 예정! , 중국어, 한국어, 개월 만에 포르투갈어로 책장 찾아 봐!

DATA agora está sendo traduzido em três línguas! Em breve, em Taiwan, Coréia e Brasil! Procure-o nas prateleiras em chinês, coreano e Português em poucos meses!