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The basics to the service (picking a name, a photo, an age, etc) are free.
If you want to take things any further, it’ll cost you.
It’s almost like it took the words right out of your mouth, because that’s essentially what it does.
Launched in 2013, @tofu_product scans your recent tweets, then responds to you with a mish-mash of your own words a few seconds after you send it a message.
Using the API from a service called Twilio, the team programmed a script that serves up one of about 400 responses from their database, many of which are driven by keywords within the sender’s SMS message.“We have no grand plans for this thing,” Baker says. And we had a bunch of funny ideas like would you have to slur to get in.
“We launched it about a month ago, and it was an idea that was tossed around for the longest time. At one point, we had built a Captcha that you had to get wrong in order to get in.
Every morning Product Hunt is littered with them: There's Text Riley for finding a new apartment, Happy Now for home assistance, Text Miley for job hunting. What likely helped pave the road for this sudden slew of digital SMS friends were Twitter bots.
The often strange, but ultimately beloved automated accounts have long been one of the best parts of the platform.
You simply send a text to a phone number, initiating the conversation with “heyyyyyy,” and it replies with a ridiculous message and a link to a weird item on Amazon. Baker wrote the copy, Lacher programmed the service, and Wang handled the design.
we are, the more we are all just pixels on a screen.
And we crave more pixels, pixels talking to us, responding to us, acknowledging us—as often as possible.“It’s just a reality that social life is moving through screens,” says Eric Klinenberg, director of the Institute for Public Knowledge at NYU and the author of .
The service began as a chatbot simulation wherein you would text a "boyfriend" or "girlfriend," but now, actual human beings are doing the talking.
Tabor says more than 70,000 fake girlfriends and fake boyfriends have been created since the service launched in January, proving there is an economy of loneliness.