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Photo courtesy of Ben Hedrick.ccording to Meg Phillips, the mark of a nerd is knowing that you’re a nerd.
Phillips, Mizzou Advantage program director, wrote the book and the subsequent script for the series, and Hedrick, BA ’06, directs the series.
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Especially one from Zen Kinky: “I think you’re a robotic [message] … I spent a few years in the computerized creation gig and have just went back to school, but I am blown over to see the Internet’s mastery in constructing the consummate profile. ” Phillips began sharing some of her online dating escapades on Facebook, which got a lot of comments, including the suggestion to turn her posts into a book.
Fifty first dates later, Phillips published Zen Kinky and the Art of (Not Finding) Love on the Internet(Mizzou Media, 2012), a memoir of the 18 months she logged onto a dating site every day.