She’d become used to data dates. Obviously pre-date-data had started it all, but the move to live-date-data had upped the game. Some people liked to have those feeds out of the line of sight, on their wrist or screen, but she preferred the lenses. Somehow more honest, she thought. It hadn’t “killed the romance” as some had feared. She’d had those moments where their eyes locked even through the live data feeds. Hormones and biology could cut through the driest data streams. Tonight she noticed something new. An extra variable in the financials feed: “bubble”. He was scoring as “bullish”.