Go through the list, and eventually you’ll get to a “show me” button that prompts you to sign up for a mailing list (you don’t have to if you don’t want to) and then shows you your perfect film.
Today, it's all about per 12 ounces of whole coffee beans. A detail of a gentrification quiz that ran in the San Francisco Chronicle in 1985.
But the way we deliver it feels a bit dusty to me.” The most important change comes in the form of onboarding.
Since 2000, the company hasn’t changed the way it brings on new users.
John Metcalfe over at Citylab points us to a terrific old newspaper clip that ran in the San Francisco Chronicle in 1985.
Dug up by Devin Mc Cutchen, a doctoral candidate in history at UCLA, it's a gag gentrification quiz that allowed residents of the city to tally the yuppie quotient of their neighborhood.