Christian Rudder

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Christian Rudder


Born
in Little Rock, The United States
September 01, 1975

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Christian Rudder is an American entrepreneur, mathematician, writer, and musician. Know as a Co-Founder of OkCupid.

Christian Rudder isn't a Goodreads Author (yet), but they do have a blog, so here are some recent posts imported from their feed.

Daters Find Midterm Voters More Attractive

New data from OkCupid shows that singles who vote in local and midterm elections get more Likes and Matches

Ahead of National Voter Registration Day on September 20th, OkCupid and Vote.org are teaming up to encourage young daters across the nation to register to vote and make their voices heard in this year’s midterm elections. Beginning in September and running through Election Day in November, Ok

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“There will be more words written on Twitter in the next two years than contained in all books ever printed.”
Christian Rudder, Dataclysm: Who We Are

“But realize this: we are living through writing’s Cambrian explosion, not its mass extinction. Language is more varied than ever before, even if some of it is directly copied from the clipboard—variety is the preservation of an art, not a threat to it.”
Christian Rudder, Dataclysm: Who We Are

“Twitter, Reddit, Tumblr, Instagram, all these companies are businesses first, but, as a close second, they’re demographers of unprecedented reach, thoroughness, and importance. Practically as an accident, digital data can now show us how we fight, how we love, how we age, who we are, and how we’re changing. All we have to do is look:”
Christian Rudder, Dataclysm: Who We Are



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