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Build the same map from the words in real estate listings and probably find Seattle = Condo and Duval = Farm.
In the meantime, be aware that south of Tacoma there be Dragons and Fantasies - and a possible excuse for a road trip.
gloss over any self-criticism, and expand your vocabulary to attempt to connect with someone in specific terms.
But when you write about the person you want to be with, you find yourself in the opposite scenario, where you need to be honest as possible as to what you’re looking for in a person.” To see how specific people get, Du Bois has also made local maps, where each city features the most prominent word in that city’s profiles.
This text map of the Bay Area, for instance, has the most positive buzzwords, like “spirituality,” “create” and “purpose.” It also includes some pretty obvious ones like “gay” in San Francisco, “liberal” in Santa Cruz and “young” in Oakland.
Here, for instance, is the Bay Area of California:]What does Du Bois think his informal census results were?
Mostly that people are far more interesting and original than he thought.
If you’ve ever attempted online dating–or really, even filled out your Facebook profile–you know how agonizing it can be to figure out exactly what information about yourself you want to include.
How can you quantify, in writing, how you want the rest of the world to see you? Luke Du Bois aims to answer in his series of graphics, A More Perfect Union.]The bright purple districts have the highest level of people of both sexes who identified as shy. You’ll note that, for future reference, the kinkiest women are in West Virginia and the kinkiest men are in the Southwest:]If these maps recall the traditional red and blue political maps we’ve become used to, that’s no coincidence.
Los Angeles’ word is “acting.” And all around the area, you’ve got all these Hollywood words like “director,” “film,” “blonde” and “career.” Du Bois: New York City’s word is “now.” That’s not only impatience — it’s also, “Now, I’m working as a waiter, but really I’m an actor.” Albany is “assembly,” and Rochester is “Xerox,” one of the companies that dominated the area for years. They’re the names of clubs or bars — places you like to go or things you like to do.