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A grid of photos showed women who, at that very moment, were within a certain radius of Scott and his GPS-enabled phone.
They started dating in March when, during a Jay-Z concert at Madison Square Garden, Scott pulled out his i Phone, opened an app called Skout and scanned a list of near-by women.
The idea that single people would need ways to identify themselves as approachable has an analog precedent, Malov said.
In the 1970s, he said, single people wore bracelets to indicate that they were single and open to being approached romantically.
"It just so happened she was the closest one and she's cute," he said, noting that the app told him she was less than 1,000 feet away.
Scott and Amanda exchanged instant messages through the app. She also liked the Ninja Turtles hat he wore in his profile picture. I really wasn't," Amanda said of her willingness to search out a person to date.
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"I think it can be fun and it can be useful for a few months, and women will use it initially, but the more men there are the more high percentage of creepy guys there will be, and the more percentage of women will be deleting these apps," he said.