Once upon a time, behavioral economics and technology both swiped right. Tinder alone leads to approximately 26 million matches between users per day . From a sociological standpoint, dating apps will impact demographics in a big way.
These mobile matching markets have revolutionized the way singles meet.
Combined with geo-tracking technology on our smartphones, the likelihood of a connection based on proximity also goes up . Studies posit that this trend accounts for 18% of income inequality growth between 19 in the US . “With a young, increasingly busy and mobile audience […] the market is big.
When OPB reporters Amelia Templeton and John Rosman traveled to southern Oregon to cover the Applegate Valley marijuana culture, they weren’t totally sure who they would meet, but they definitely didn’t expect to cross paths with Sugar Bob: A medical marijuana farm deer that spends its day nibbling on fallen pot leaves and the occasional bud.
Sugar Bob pals around with grower Richard Davis as he works.
“When I’m down here, he either stays pretty close to me,” said Davis, “or he’ll go in the trim room and just get on the bed.
He cleans up all the stuff off the floor, so he’s ready for a nap.” This is the second Sugar Bob to come into Davis’ life.
One doctor testified that marijuana products could not only provide medical benefits, but might also help reduce the number of Utahns addicted to opiates. Lynn Webster has been a clinician in Salt Lake City for over 30 years.