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Rob Overman

So what if this is the first glimpse of the Logistics Book since Rob and I started talking about it four years ago? Do you know how long it took the Sistine Chapel to be painted? Four years! That’s right, Rob and I are right on par with Michelangelo in creating works of art. We […]

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Rob: Stay on Her Radar

by GK on May 19, 2011 · 12 comments

For today’s show, we have DJ Rob taking a request from our faithful reader Erich. The question reads like this: “I’d like to suggest a future blog post for you GK and Rob to discuss. The differences you’ve noticed between a woman that needs to be pursued for a longer period of time before she […]

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A promise to add sugar

by GK on May 11, 2011 · 6 comments

I was talking to Rob about the blog yesterday, and it occurred to me that I may be bumming some people out. Since my hiatus I’ve lamented the shutdown of bookstores, declared that the girl you met in such a bookstore may not be as high quality as she seems, and then I burst some bubbles by posting […]

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I wanted to make sure I got Rob Overman’s thoughts on the pie chart of attraction I posted a day earlier, and the following is his cogent analysis. He offers a twist on my take, but the gist is the same: “I’ve been thinking about this all day because it’s an interesting question. At one point […]

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Podcast with Rob: Online-Dating Profiles

by GK on February 22, 2011

They say that in advertising, we are the product. At least that’s what Don Draper said in one episode. This is all the more true when it comes to writing an online-dating profile, when we must do what many of us despise: sell ourselves. I don’t think a man’s written profile is the most important […]

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As part of Online Dating Month, I’m linking to a site I’ve studied since beginning my little Match.com experiment. OK Cupid, a free dating site, maintains a blog updated with compelling, if not bulletproof, statistics about what its users find attractive. You can question how they compile their data, and my analytical friends have, but it’s a match made in heaven […]

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I’m old enough to remember a time when online dating was this new, semi-taboo novelty. It was seen as a bastion for awkward singles who couldn’t find a date in person. Which, coincidentally, is when I first tried it back in the late 90s/early 00s. Now, in tech-crazy San Francisco, I’ve been considered weird for not dating online, and […]

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We now bring you to the conclusion of Rob’s ironclad plan for a girlfriend. You can read Part I here. *** Get a Girlfriend Game Plan: May – September So you’ve got the basics covered, you can strike up a conversation at whim and even make it fun and interesting. People like you and they […]

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