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” — it also strikes us as something that , resignedly writing other people’s love letters — a profession invented by Spike Jonze to show exactly how disconnected modern technology has made us.
We’re fine outsourcing a range of personal labors to tech, from laundry to listening, but writing a letter is , so uncomplicated, that it seems to fail some critical test.
Caveat cuddler: Despite our best efforts, it’s not exactly warm and fuzzy out there.
Psychopaths make up about one percent of the general population (as in, not in a mental institution or jail) and most of them aren’t serial killers.
Or the fact that, despite much trying, the Daily Dot’s EJ Dickson could not find a single other lady to hug earlier this week.
Or the fact that every Cuddlr user I messaged for this story was in bed, asked for my picture, or both.
The app, which promises to connect consenting adults for safe, fun, nonsexual snuggling, relies on the same geolocation technology as Tinder, Grindr and their ilk.
Whereas modern dating/mating is a logistical nightmare — where to meet people? how to wade through the cascade of unavailable, unattractive and otherwise ineligible candidates to find the needle-in-the-haystack for you? (Unless you have no friends, no family, and no affectionate acquaintances …
which brings us back to that core idea that only the socially destitute would rely on such an app.) It would be nice if our society, and our brains, weren’t wired that way, of course.
They can harm others with absolutely no sense of remorse or guilt.
They spend their lives learning how to mimic normal human emotions, but they don’t actually experience any of those feelings.