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The Practical Networkers' Guide to Wealth & Love: Assessing Your Online Intentions 

Tuesday, Nov 4 2014

In this information-dense age, there are so many ways to be confused about who we are and what we want. So easy to be confused! How can we even know the answer to such questions as: Am I rich? Am I married? Am I a titan of cheapness? Using this amazing two-dimensional algorithm, now you can reveal the deepest truths of your desire, and find the social network to obtain it.

Download the The Practical Networkers’ Guide to Wealth & Love.

About The Authors

Brandon R. Reynolds

Rachel Swan

Rachel Swan

Rachel Swan was a staff writer at SF Weekly from 2013 to 2015. In previous lives she was a music editor, IP hack, and tutor of Cal athletes.


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