Re: Why would anyone glorify this invention with a story
To people who have never been devastated by infidelity, the idea of the cheating spouse elicits knowing shrugs - 'Yeah, so what else is new? What do you expect?, etc.'
They can read articles like this as just interesting, albeit a little twisted, tidbits.
The actual article, though, shows how someone else's hurt is really just a game to so many of the people who cheat. They're busy trying to win, trying to outsmart. They expend a lot of time and effort at the game. And once they're caught, their victims expend a lot of anguish dealing with it.
I think that it would be so much easier for the trustworthy people out there to spot these game players before they got involved with them. Wouldn't it be great to have a 'trustworthy app' that could gather the right info and provide a 'trustworthy score' on someone? Owning an infidelity phone would bring the score way, way down.
(Of course, a pipe dream - privacy and all that.)