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It’s all documented in a fascinating 14-minute documentary released by Five Thirty Eight Life. Freshman girls would always date upper class men, at the time it wasn’t popular or acceptable for people to meet at bars, and although they were surrounded by other colleges in Boston and went to mixers, the seemingly endless possibilities were actually quite limited. Ginsburg, who was a student at Cornell, the men embarked on a social experiment.So one Saturday night, when these men found themselves drinking alone in their dorm room, they decided to do something, and the first online dating company was born. What happens when you match people based on actual logical compatibility?Sites like Ok Cupid perform a similar service now, only with more pictures, interactivity, and complexity.But in the 1960s, what was known as "computer dating" involved no Internet and often few to no visuals.
When the topic on which you’re dispensing advice is sex, that risk is magnified exponentially.Clients paid and answered more than a hundred questions, such as whether women would prefer to "find their ideal man in a camp chopping wood, in a studio painting a canvas, or in a garage working a pillar drill." The answers were fed into an IBM 1400 Series computer, "which then spit out your matches, five blue cards, if you were a woman, or five pink ones, if you were a man." TACT eventually spread all over New York, but was well ahead of its time, given that it was suspect in a criminal investigation after the Kings County Board of Education noticed students filling out "questionable" dating surveys.In this unbelievable 1966 article, "Boy-Girl Questionnaires Investigated" then-Brooklyn District Attorney Aaron E., exposed how the abundance of dating apps have made online dating today like ordering food on Seamless, instead your ordering a person.In our swipe right society it’s refreshing to look back at a simpler time.