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Thus, on Nerve, users can actively share their thoughts and opinions about restaurants, bars, movies, music, and books, and are instantly introduced to other people who enjoy the same things.
In fact, Nerve recently flagged a user for setting up what looked to be a fake profile, and when they contacted the owner, they found that the profile was created by none other than Ok Cupid Co-founder Chris Coyne.This seems to be evidence that, while people want their dating lives to be social, it’s all about discovering new people, they don’t want to be followed by their social graphs, people want to be anonymous.Though Mills is open to potentially integrating with Spotify, or Good Reads — sites that would enable people to share personal information without porting their entire social profiles.(It’s always a good sign when your nominal competitors are setting up profiles on your site to “check it out.”) While Nerve Dating costs a month, users can respond to messages they receive for free, unlike many other sites.The idea here is to encourage people to interact with each other, to socialize, and reach out, but initial messages are kept to a Twitter-length 141 characters, with the idea being that this takes the pressure off and is a little more casual.
The site will also soon be introducing something which is now internally called “The Like Machine,” which will enable the site to create virtual affinity groups, and help daters meet other people who are interested in similar music, books, and so on.