Professional photographers often use radio collar signals to track down animals to shoot, and those can be hacked by people who intend to do some entirely different shooting That's a little trickier than right-clicking a photo, but it has worked, leading some parks to ban the use of such devices altogether. So now if a photographer wants to snap there, they actually have to find animals by looking for them.
Tinder Helps NBA Players Perform Better
Regardless of how true it might be that sex hinders sports performance (hint: not at all), the home team advantage in basketball has dropped a stunning 10 percent over the last decade, and those in the industry are thanking Tinder. Or blaming, depending on who they're rooting for.
This is not because the dating app is getting players laid more. Believe it or not, NBA all-stars don't need much help in that department. It simply saves them the trouble of going out. Due to what one manager called "the Tinderization of the NBA," players are getting at least two more hours of sleep per night. And that does affect performance. It's even become common to instruct hotel staff to leave out a key for whoever gets right-swiped, so they can be waiting in the room when a player get there. Talk about convenience.
Since players are going out less, they're also drinking less, foregoing the "four-day hangover" -- a phenomenon that scientists have observed in athletes after a typical night out. It has the same effect as aging the body 12 years. You better believe avoiding that makes a difference on the court. It seems these guys have yet to discover the joy of drinking for drinking's sake, but they'll have plenty of time for that after they retire at 26.