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Most people in the tech industry are very laid-back and don't have a lot of time.
The mentality is, "Am I going to invest in this or do sort of a pre-date? They're the type that's always looking for a better option.
Remember that time I was blasting a startup for shipping single women from NYC to San Francisco?
And about how I had all of this cool data that showed that there were actually more single men in New York, and they were probably just hiding indoors playing video games?
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SF’s Chinatown, which the racial dot map and Wikipedia point to as to the upper right of the word “San Francisco,” is actually far more gender-neutral than similar immigrant communities we found in NYC. Right over the bay, Oakland mixes it up a bit while Berkeley is a nice little gender melting pot.
Again, race might play an issue here – last time we found that African-American communities seemed to have a higher percentage of single women, and the splits might be helped along by racial divides (Oakland [female] is more black, while Alameda [male] is more white/Asian). Sunnyvale, San Jose and Mountain View come up about even between single men and single women, while San Mateo is piles upon piles of single men and Fremont looks as blue as a perfect day at the seashore.