We have the funniest, most insightful – and dare we say sexiest – dating experts on the web.
Dr. Drew ain’t got shit on us! Meet them!
Gabe Delahaye will tell you he’s just another comedian and writer, but his loyal fans know better. He has built a passionate following as the senior editor and voice of Videogum.com. Gabe’s written for Gawker, McSweeneys, CNN, Huffington Post, and is a published novelist. More importantly, he’s intimately familiar with all things online dating and social network love affairs. He’s seen it all. Seriously.
Emily Gordon is a writer, comedian, and internet-famous fangirl. She’s disarmingly honest, insightful, funny, opinionated, and—being a former couples therapist—is an actual expert on all things relationships and technology.
Emily’s written for The Atlantic, Huffington Post, Jezebel, xoJane, and many other popular internet publications. She also co-hosts Nerdist’s video game review show,“The Indoor Kids.”
YouTube troublemaker and dashing comedian Ross Everett is on our on-the-street correspondent. Ross’s weekly segments are intended to help provide insight on the hard to define aspects of dating in the digital age. They will most certainly make you laugh too. Ross was born to engage with people and has no problem getting strangers to open up about their personal lives. Seriously, don’t you just want to tell him about your darkest fantasies?
As our Social Media Correspondent, Erika will be connecting with viewers throughout each episode and beyond. Don’t believe us? Tweet with her right now @lovebot, our official Love in the Time of Robots Twitter handle. She’s alway posting insightful, hilarious, important things. She’s also running our Sexy Time Tumblr Blog. You don’t want to know what’s going on there.
Erika is most well-known as an influential blogger, social media maven, and pop culture addict. She’s written for HelloGiggles, works for BuzzMedia and currently hosts the pop music news show Soundbytes for Idolator.com. Previously, she created the internet sensations, Oh Crap! My Parent’s Joined Facebook and PopWaffle. She’s also a seasoned online dating expert going back to the Friendster days.
Jason is the Executive Producer of Love in the Time of Robots. He’s a Scorpio who loves well-made sandwiches, hanging out at the beach, and looking for love in all the wrong places.
The rest of our kick-ass team:
Co-Producer: Tiffany Gray!
Ustream Producer: James Cluster!
Composer: Scott Skrzynski!
And many, many, many more people who have helped along the way.