Having GPS a part of your everyday life is convenient and welcomed for some aspects.For example: using your phone to get giving directions to the closest five pizza places in .548 seconds.
Of course, all of these sayings weren't originally his.
He just was the first person to ever say them to us, and they stuck.
It eliminates one of the bigger barriers in dating and meeting someone: distance.
By using these apps, if you hit it off with someone, grabbing coffee is not a huge undertaking since they are reasonably close at that moment.
But in terms of dating, it has the ability to come off a little Big Brother-esque while raising new questions.
Questions like: if our dating lives become more focused on our geographic coordinates will 'location, location, location' be most important when logging online to casually look at prospects?So if dating online and GPS worries you, then don't sweat!As long as you have a job, school, or friends then the odds are in your favor. well, I hear Ok Cupid is really great, and even free.Plus, even with the rise of GPS technology on dating sites, some data is still suggesting more people are meeting in real life rather than online.A 2010 study by found that the most common place to meet your spouse is work/school.Will I, personally, need to move to Boystown or other gay-borhoods with high densities of other gay men to have any hopes of meeting someone?