What does the ideal real-time search for people by location look like?
With so much of our lives hidden from view, it's mobile technology that has to surface our intent and help us navigate to those people whom we will have a successful connection with, in real life, (depending on what "successful" is defined as).I'd love to discuss real world encounters and what are the key drivers behind making them happen. What makes them "successful"? Will they ever stop happening?We currently use clothes, body language and social objects to demonstrate aspects of ourselves, but what will be the fear/excitement around having more tools to signal our intent, likes and personality? What will this mean for real life privacy?