When your host became newly single, she was shocked to discover that Tinder had made a drastic change as well. Like when silent films turned into talkies, though way less culturally significant, there is now a distinct sound when two people match on Tinder. Here to explain the art of sonic branding is Steve Milton, a founding partner at Listen, who helped craft the app's new signature sound.
Plus, in Trump's new America, our Facebook friends keep talking about getting an IUD. Why? We'll discuss the outlook for women's reproductive healthcare in the coming years with Slate's Christina Cauterucci.
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Millennials aren't as fired up by the 2016 election as they were in 2008 and 2012, when Barack Obama generated a lot of enthusiasm. That's a concern for Hillary Clinton's campaign, according to Dante Chinni of the Wall Street Journal.