The Future of Sex brings you to the cutting edge of sex and culture. Hosted by Melissa Gira, of Sexerati.
What is... Sexerati? High contrast, well traveled, and in fantastic shoes, to start. Ace sex futurist Melissa Gira is poolside in Los Angeles in Season Two, with this tease to tide you until August's launch.
What's worse than letting the workaday world get in the way of making time for sex? Letting the ways we manage our sex lives take more of our time than time spent having sex! This week's Future of Sex (appropriately, this week's late Future of Sex) offers up a few simple suggestions for how to best get sex done, putting some of those tricks of the self-organization-scheme fetishists out there to a hotter purpose.
We at Sexerati don't need to to answer the question, "why do we hack things?". We know that whether it's a machine or a lover, work or pleasure, many of us in this sex-smart generation are just not satisified with what we're sold off-the-shelf.
For our first Sexerati: The Future of Sex special report, I interviewed Claus Dahl of imity, a at the Nordic Exceptional Trendshop in Copenhagen, where he was showing off this timely (and sexy) social networking app that uses one's mobile phone to sense people around you.? Once the user logs in to imity, she can view an elegant tag cloud that shifts about as new Bluetooth devices are detected in her range.? Each imity user can be tagged by any other, and even non-imity using devices (or, rathe...