She checks yelp, and Google for some study spots. Today she's looking for a study spot that has a library feel to it but serves food and wine, and is maybe not a well-known spot. But it's hard to figure out what would be best and she's getting annoyed.
Then, Lisa remembers her friend mentioning an app called Cram'r. She downloads the app.
Cram'r walks Lisa through a 1 minute tutorial video. The app does a good job of adapting to her specific personality with expert and thorough analysis of the places listed. The app boosts 200 study places in the borough of Manhattan.
Lisa then lists all the factors she wants in her study place for tonight: •Known for cute guys •Serves wine •Wi-fi with Purchase
Lisa then goes to the study spot, and opens the app and rates the spot on Cram'r in the already given factors so that the search remains dynamic as opposed to adding random factors. All new factors must go through approval.