Less Than One

Calculate the possibility of finding your soulmate

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Irving Torres
Freelance Designer
Phenomenal short film. Made me get the feels.
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Jack Smith
Founder in rehab
@irvingtorresyc awesome video
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Clinton Christian
Founder @ Cinch
Should include the option to select your own sex. I feel it makes assumptions based on the "are you interested" criteria.
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Ryan Hoover
Founder, Product Hunt
Apparently there are 101 people in San Francisco that are "perfect" for me. 😕
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Lauren Holliday
Journalist with a marketing mindset
@rrhoover I only have about 50 more in Boston. =( lol
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Jason Crawford
Author, The Roots of Progress
@rrhoover I got 4.38. That might be high—long ago, I made my own estimate of this and came up with only 30 in the entire USA. If it's only calculating in SF, though, that's a mistake! I met my wife online; at the time she lived in Houston. We were long-distance for years (kinda still are, until she finishes her PhD).
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Jason Crawford
Author, The Roots of Progress
@rrhoover Also… it is probably assuming that all these factors are independent. They are not. For me, strong intellectual connection is highly correllated with “clicking”. But this lists them as two separate factors, which presumably it just multiplies, as if they were uncorrelated. Basically just trying to say, don't feel bleak :-)
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Jenny ShenUX Designer & Mentor. jennyshen.com
@rrhoover That's actually very optimistic! I have 0.42 or something like that.
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Tiffany Zhong
Hunter
building things. ex product hunt.
@rrhoover @jasoncrawford wait, how did you make your own estimate?!
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Erik Torenberg
Former Product Hunt
only 3.34 soulmates - what!? .34 person, i'm searching for you!
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Tiffany Zhong
Hunter
building things. ex product hunt.
@eriktorenberg I told you about my 3.5 soulmates, man...It's crazy. I just redid it and got 3.29 LOL
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Sebastian RumbergI do things at Ballou PR
This is very clever. Well done!
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